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BUSINESS SCREEN 

MAGAZINE • NUMBER 1 • VOLUME 29 • 1968 • TWO DOLLARS 



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CLEVELAND PUBLIC 
BUSINESS INFORMMI" 



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PRODUCTION REVIEW 

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And enjoying it. 



They're watching sponsored films. 

At a Skyport Cinema -one of ten free movie 
lounges operated by Modern Talking Picture Serv- 
ice in major U.S. airports. 

Ten hours a day, every day. Modern attracts 
waiting air travelers with informative films on 
sports, travel, business -a wide variety of interest- 
ing subjects. 

And since business and professional men take 
more air trips than anyone else, they also make up 
the majority of Skyport Cinema's audience. 

Surveys show that these influential, hard-to- 
reach executives spend an average of 65 minutes 



watching Skyport Cinema. Wouldn't you like to 
spend some time with them? 

We'll show you how you can reach this prime 
audience of business prospects with your message 
via 16mm sound motion pictures. We'll also send 
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Skyport Cinema audience so you can get to know 
them better. Just write Modern. 

And next time you're waiting for a plane in 
Atlanta, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Kansas City, Den- 
ver. Cincinnati. Cleveland, Detroit. Pittsburgh. 
Seattle, or Honolulu, stop in and see us. We'll make 
the time fly. 



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/ r What's the secret of winning Creative Awards?" 
: II Creative Clients, that s what ! 

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tmentai Commiitee for Court 
I'Sifative First Judicial Department, 
of New York and the Ford Foundation, 
ngton. D C Festival and American 

estival- 

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Lines Dept.) American Film Feslival- 

lOUT FAIL' - A T. & T,. International 
TV Festival of New York. 

3IT ■ - Dun & Bradstreet. 
bus Film Festival, 

& COOKIES • National Biscuit 
any, Washington. DC. Festival, 
can Ftim Festival. Chicago 
ational Film Festival and Columbus 
estival- 

KEY ■ - Texaco, Inc.. National 
Presentation Assn and Columbus 
estiva I 

N YOURE SELLING" - Liggett & 
Tobacco Co . International Film i 
iitvai of New York. 

^AD AN IDEA" - Aluminum 

my of America international Film & 

tival of New York. 

JGH THE EARTH BE MOVED" - 
Of Civil Defense, Washington. D.C., 
:an Film Festivai- 

WONDERFUL BEING A GIRL" - 
lal Products Company. American Film 
ii and Columbus Film Festival- 

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Audio has won its share (and maybe a Uttle more) of creative awards. 

For that our deepest thanks go to our chents and their agencies. They had 

a lot to do with it. In order to produce an award-winning film, it takes 

a partnership between a skilled creative film producer and a client that 

respects good work We've been fortunate in having both. 

Every year is a good year for good clients. 

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Camera Eye 

THE EDITORIAL VIEWPOINT 



A FOREWORD TO THIS REVIEW 

THE Primary Function of this 18th 
Annual Production Review is 
served by keeping its pages in sharp 
, focus on a few key objectives: to pro- 
vide the reader with all available data 
on national and international film com- 
petition of importance; to list in detail 
the organized groups which serve both 
users and the industry; and to provide 
the most authoritative and dependable 
hstings of distributors, writers and truly 
experienced, specializing producers. 

We have kept the faith, holding high 
our long-estabhshed basic standards of 
experience and proven capability as a 
guide to the buyers of services. No at- 
tempt has been made for mere numbers 
of listed companies. Instead, require- 
ments for 1967 experience as a prere- 
quisite to producer listings, would tend 
to separate this publication from the 
many imitative listing sources. So we 
can point with justifiable pride to the 
65 pages of producer listings which car- 
ry data on 393 U.S. producers; 15 of 
Canada's best sources and over 58 com- 
panies on other continents. 

Throughout the year ahead, thou- 
sands of subscribers in American and 
overseas business concerns, their ad- 
vertising and public relations agencies, 
buyers of the audiovisual media in gov- 
ernments and the institutional field will 
lurn to these pages for most dependable 
guidance on their requirements. 

And now we look ahead to the other 
editions of an eventful year: Part II 
of another Special Report on Audiovis- 
ual Facility Designs (next month's fea- 
ture portfolio); a most comprehensive 
report on the history-making film pro- 
gram of Shell International, featured in 
our Number Three edition this year; a 
picture/text story on Vision Associates" 
fine film on The Road: and many other 
outstanding editorial events. 

And we begin our 30th anniversary 
of service to the audiovisual industry in 
the same spirit of enthusiasm and dedi- 
cation we enjoyed in 1938! — OHC 




BUSINESS SCREEN 



A Preview of the 1 8th Annual Production Review Features 

Right Off the Newsreel: Notes and Commentary on Current Events 6 

Medical Films on the Move: AMA Film Library Reports on Growth 10 

National Awards Competition for Business and Educational Films 13 

International Film Awards Competition for Business and Industry 19 

Professional Organizations Serving Business and Industrial Film Users .... 23 

Educational and Scientific Organizations Serving Audiovisual Users 28 

Trade and Professional Groups Within the Audiovisual Industry 37 

Civic and National Film Council Organizations 42 

World in Focus: Business Film Trends Abroad, by Robinson P. Rigg 50 

Trends in the Business of Audiovisuals: Acquisitions and Finance 56 

Twelve Million View U. S. Bureau of Mines" Films in 1967 60 

National and International Distributors of the Sponsored Film 63 

Audiovisual Programs in the United States Government, begin on 75 

"What We Had in Mind, Baby, a Scourby Approach,"' by Charles Mountain . 98 

The Production Review Guide to Specializing Film Writers, begin on 105 

Editorial Features in the Production Review 

The Navy's Small Boat Fleet Writes New Chapter in Naval History 120 

JHO Business Spectacular: Getting Results with Multi-Media 121 

How Audiovisuals Can Help Build a Professional Sales Force 122 

Facing Up to the Facts About Our Air: a Film on Air Pollution 123 

Foster & Kleiser Shows The Adman's Dilemma to Media Buyers 124 

Planning Makes Perfect: Join United"s Camera Crews on a Photoflight .... 125 
Pan American Builds A Better Bridge Between Company and Customers ... 126 

How We Found "Drama" in Film on a Warehouse, by Jack Moss 126 

Ford Evaluates Training Tools for Dealer Service Technicians 206 

Lab Forum: Viewpoints on 8mm, by Jack West and Fred Detmers 208 

The Script as Common Man, by Spencer Boslwick 209 

The 18th Annual Listings of Specializing Producers 

Preface: The Film Buyer's Key to Results With Audiovisual Media 133 

Alphabetical Index to Annual Producer Listings, begin on page 134 

A Geographical Index to the Producer Listings 135 

1968 Listings of Specializing Film/Tape Producers, begin on page 137 

Business Screen International: Listings of Producers Abroad 193 

An Index to Advertisers in the 18th Annual Production Review 216 ■ 

plus: The National Directory of Audiovisual Dealers 



Issue One, Volume Twenty-Nine of Business Screen Magazine, published March, 1968. Issued 8 times 
annually at six-week intervals by the Brookhill Publishing Company O. H. Coelln, Editor and Publisher; 
Lon B. Gregory, Monoglng Editor. Address advertising inquiries to Chicago Office of Publication, 7064 
Sheridan Rood Building, after April 30: 402 West Liberty Drive, Wheolon, Illinois 60187. In New York: 
Robert Seymour, Eostern Monoger, 250 W. 57lh St. Phone: 245-2969; in Los Angeles: H. I. Mitchell, Western 
Manager, 1450 Lorain Road, San Marino, Calif. Phone: CU 3-4394, In London, England: Robinson Rigg, 
European Editor, 139a Bedford Court Mansions, London W2, England. Subscription $3.00 a yeor; $5.00 
two years, domestic, $4.00 and $7.00 foreign. Second class postage poid at Chicogo, Illinois and at 
additional mailing office. Entire contents copyrighted 1968 by Business Screen Magazine. Trademark 
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Kodak to Again Sponsor the 
Academy Award Presentations 

iv An estimated 68 million TV 
viewers will be taken into the 
world of film and audiovisuals 
and their use in education and 
business via Kodak commercials 
during the 40th annual Academy 
Awards Presentation, Monday, 
April 8. 

This year's dramatic two- 
hour "Oscar" spectacular, spon- 
sored solely by Kodak, will pre- 
sent a series of messages rang- 
ing from amateur photography 
to the use of audiovisuals in 
medicine, education and infor- 
mation storage and retrieval via 
microfilm. 

Besides sponsoring the Awards 
program nationwide and in Can- 
ada, Kodak will sponsor it by 
delayed broadcast in color to 
Hawaii and Alaska. • 

* * * 
Academy Nominates Nine Films 
in Two "Oscar" Categories 
■m' Nominations for this year's 
"Oscar" awards of the Academy 
of Motion Picture Arts and Sci- 



ences include several outstanding 
films which were featured in 
Business Screen this past year. 

The short subject nominations 
for awards to be presented on 
April 8 include While I Ritn This 
Race, produced by Sun Dial 
Films for VISTA (U.S. Office of 
Economic Opportunity). Carl V. 
Ragsdale was executive producer. 
Monument to the Dream, based 
on the construction of St. Louis' 
Gateway Arch and produced by 
Charles Guggenheim Produc- 
tions: A Place to Stand, the On- 
tario Department of Economics 
and Development widescreen 
film for Expo 67, a TDF pro- 
duction supervised by Christo- 
pher Chapman; and T/ie Red- 
woods, produced by King Screen 
Productions (Mark Harris and 
Trevor Greenwood) were other 
notable short subjects nominated 
for the 40th Academy Awards. 

Documentary "feature" nom- 
inations were shared by Harvest. 
produced by Carroll Ballard for 
the U.S. Information Agency; A 
Time for Burning, sponsored by 
Lutheran Film Associates and 
produced by William C. Jersey; 
A King's Story (the abdication 
of Edward), produced by Jack 
Le Vein; Festival, produced by 
Patchke Productions (Murray 



Lerner, executive producer); and 
The Anderson Platoon, a French 
Broadcasting System program, 
produced by Pierre Shoendorfer. 
See You at the Pillar, an As- 
sociated British-Pathe produc- 
tion, with Robert Fitchett as pro- h 
ducer, was another notable short," 
subject nomination. « 

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Photo Expo 69 Predicted to Be 
Largest U.S. Photographic Show 

* Exhibitor responses to prelim 
inary inquiries concerning space 
requirements indicate that Photo 
Expo 69, the Universe of Pho-' 
tography, the first international^ 
photographic exposition spon-j 
sored by the National Associa- 
tion of Photographic manufac- 
turers, will be the largest photo-| 
graphic show ever staged in the| 
United States. 

The show is scheduled to oc 
cupy all four floors of the Coli-j^^ 
seum in New York, June 7-\5j^t 

1969. r| 

Based on responses from in- « 
terested companies, it is esti- 
mated that the show will reach 
125.000 square feet in paid ex- 
hibit space, according to F. Glenn 
Hamilton, chairman of the 
NAPM steering committee. He 
said an additional 50.000 square 



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feet will be occupied by theme 
exhibits. The total will comprise 
a show nearly twice the size of 
the largest previous photographic 
exposition held in this country, 
he said. • 



National Jewish A-V Council to 
Honor Best Film and Filmstrip 

ii The outstanding film and film- 
strip dealing with Jewish subject 
matter released during 1967, will 
receive a special award to be 
presented by the National Coun- 
cil on Jewish Audio- Visual Ma- 
terials, according to Rabbi Mar- 
vin S. Weiner, chairman of the 
council's broard of review. 

A committee of prominent 
educators and film-makers will 
constitute the board of judges. 
The awards will be presented at 
the 18th Annual Meeting and 
Workshop of the Council in May. 

The National Council on Jew- 
ish Audio-Visual Materials, spon- 
sored by the American Associa- 
tion for Jewish Education, is a 
coordinating body of 44 nation- 
al and local Jewish organizations 
active in the field of culture and 
education, whose program is to 
evaluate audio-visual materials 
of Jewish interest; to disseminate 
information on these media. • 



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AFI Reports High Interest 
In Short Film Grant Program 

ii The American Film Institute's 
short film program has met with 
massive response from film- 
makers across the country since 
it was announced last month. The 
Institute has received more than 
1200 mail requests for applica- 
tions in addition to the 1500 it 
mailed to universities and indivi- 
duals throughout the country. 

"The volume and quality of 
the proposals is encouraging and 
the task of choosing the film- 
makers to be awarded grants will 
be difficult," reports Institute 
Director George Stevens, Jr. He 
added that "the number and 
variety of people seriously inter- 
ested in making films today is 
remarkable." 

Applicants so far range in age 
from 18 to 72 with the greatest 
number falling between the 22 
and 33 year old bracket. 

The first grants of the pro- 
gram will be announced in March 
or early April with evaluation of 
applications continuing through- 
out the year. Grants are expected 
to range between $500 and 
$10,000 for independent film- 
makers and special grants of 
$250 to $2,500 are available to 
students in film schools. • 

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Films Invited for 39th Annual 
PSA-MPD International Festival 

- The Motion Picture Division 
of the Photographic Society of 
America has invited all movie 
makers to participate in its 39th 
Annual Film Festival. 

Open to all movie makers any- 
where in the world, the festival 
is looking for films on any sub- 
ject in color or black and white, 
with or without sound, original 
or duplicates. Entries may be 
8mm, 16mm or Super 8mm. 

All films for entry should be 
received by the festival chairman 
no later than July 31. 

Entries will be pre-screened in 
Chicago between July 1 and Au- 
gust 3. Accepted films will be 
screened during the Film Festi- 
val at the Photographic Society 
of America International Con- 
vention in Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Oct. 8-12. 

Complete rules and entry 
forms may be obtained by writ- 
ing the festival chairman Stan 
Zeck, 1554 West Terrace, Home- 
wood, 111. 60430. • 



"Media and Learning Process" 
Theme of DAVI Convention 

K Educators and school film di- 
rectors will meet in Houston's 
Astrohall March 24-29 at the an- 
nual convention of the Depart- 
ment of Audiovisual Instruction 
of the National Education Asso- 
ciation. 

Theme of this year's conven- 
tion is "Media and the Learning 
Process" with a program of 
speakers and displays built 
around finding answers to how 
instructional media can best 
serve the learning process, ac- 
cording to Dr. Anna Hyer, ex- 
ecutive secretary of DAVI. 

The program aims specifically 
at media problems at all levels 
and is designed to build a more 
effective education profession 
through improved use of instruc- 
tional media according to Dr. 
Hyer. 

More than 500 display booths 
are slated to fill the Astrohall 
during the meeting with diversi- 
fied exhibits of instructional 
equipment, materials and serv- 
ices. • 

Dr. James Lieberman Honored 
By NAVA, Gets Annual Award 

'r Dr. James Lieberman, direc- 
tor of the National Medical 
Audiovisual Center, and associ- 
ate director for Audiovisual and 
Telecommunications, National 
Library of medicine, recently re- 
ceived the National Audio-Visual 
Association (NAVA) Annual 
Award on behalf of the NMAC 
for "great public service in the 
development and execution of its 
audiovisual communications pro- 
gram." 

Presented by Don White, ex- 
ecutive vice president of NAVA, 
the award was made to the Pub- 
lic Health Service Audiovisual 
Facility, now the National Medi- 
cal Audiovisual Center, through 
Dr. Lieberman. Last year's award 
went to Vice President Hubert 
Humphrey for his contribution to 
the field of educational legisla- 
tion. 

The NMAC, a pioneer in bio- 
medical communication, is the 
focal point of a national effort 
to speed communication of medi- 
cal research findings to medical 
practice. It produces more than 
100 motion pictures, TV tapes 
and other teaching audiovisuals 
for the biomedical profession 
each year. Last year it distributed 
more than 90,000 audiovisual 
teaching tools to all 50 states 
and more than 70 other nations. 

Dr. Lieberman, director of the 




Dr. James Lieberman {left) holih 
plaque presented bij Don Wliili . 
executive vice-president of tin 
National Audio-Visual Association. 

Center, is a career commissioned 
officer of the Public Health Serv- 
ice and holder of the PHS Meri- 
torious Service Medal for out- 
standing service. 

Last year. Business Screen 
cited Dr. Lieberman as a candi- 
date for "Man of the Year" hon- 
ors for his role as a "prophet 
with honor in his professional 
community" and for his "out- 
standing leadership in audio- 
visuals." • 

;ii * * 

World Youth Photography Show 
on Human Rights Proclamation 

ik To mark the 20th anniversary 
of the Proclamation of Human 
Rights by the Assembly of the 
United Nations in 1948, Co- 
logne's (Germany) photokina to 
be held Sept. 28-Oct. 6 will show 
an exhibition of this theme in 
which young people from all over 
the world will participate. 

In conjunction with photokina, 
the World Assembly of Youth 
(WAY) and the Federation de 
I'Art Photographique (FIAP). 
the UNESCO Commissions in all 
122 member nations, the roof 
organizations of youth associa- 
tions in 57 countries and the 
head offices of amateur photo- 
graphic societies in 61 countries, 
the German UNESCO Commis- 
sion has invited young people up 
to 25 years of age to submit 
photographs on the subject. 

The best photos will be 
grouped to form a "World Show 
of Youth Photography" and be 
presented for the first time at 
photokina. Abteilung Jugend 5 
Cologne-Deutz, Messeplatz, West 
Germany, from whom entry 
blanks may be obtained. Entrants 
may submit up to 10 photos be- 
fore the closing date of April 1. • 

* * * 
Audiovisual Facility Designs-II 
■ Your next Blisines.s Screen 
will feature a Special Report on 
Audiovisual Facility Design: Part 
II, introduced by Hubert Wilkc. • 



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SALES PROMOTION 

SALESMAN MOTIVATE-TRAIN 

"The File On Hcnnj Roi/aU" (Bank Am) 
"The Uardcatij Case" (Ford Motor Co.) 
"Heaitj Goiita" (Ford Motor Co.) 

SOFT" PROMOTION 

"The Case of the Bewildered Bride" 

(Carnation Co.) 
"Happy Holidays . . . Along the Potomac" 
"Love Tliat Car" & "Purrs Like a Kitten" 

(American Oil) 

PRODUCT DEMONSTRATION 

"Modern Basie Refractories" (Kaiser) 
CUSTOMER GOOD\\TLL 
"Good OhI Sam" (Merrill L>ncli, et al) 
FACILITIES & CAPARILITIES 

"Mtiselcs Tliat Tliink" (Borg Warner) 

TRAINING 

DEALER GUIDANCE 

"Your B-Line" - Stn Eruin (Intl. Harv.) 
IN-SERVICE "SKILL ' TRAINING 

"An Answer for Linda" (AT&T) 

"Tito Cheers for CharUe" (Mutnal/Om.) 

"The Extra Step" (AT&T) 

EMPLOYEE INFORMATION 

"Outside That Envehpe" (C.G. Life Ins.) 
SUPERVISOR TRAINING 
"Locked On" (Gen. Dyn/ Astronautics) 
POLITICAL ACTION 

"Our Man in Washin0on" 
"Hon- OiUnion Maker Makes Opinions" 
(American Medical P.A.C.) 

SAFETY 

■■S/(;).v and Falls" (Amer. Tel & Tel) 
"Wliat'l! You n<, If . . . :-•" (Data/Films) 

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS 

EMPLOYEE MORALE 

"Evenibodii Has Two Jobs" (USITA) 
"Mat! I Help You?" (AT&T) 
"In Touch With the Ftiturc" (Gen Tel) 
"J.m-e Thy Customer" (FMI) 

NEW-EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION 

"A Hotel Is Born" (Hilton Hotels) 
"This Is Standard OiT' (Indiana) 

EMPLOYEE RECRUITING 

"Three For Tomorrow" (Am. Petr. Inst.) 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 

CORPORATE IMAGE 

"Fire and the Wheel" (Mobil Oil) 

"Tools of Telephony" (Western Elec.) 

INSTITUTIONAL 

"Hail the Hearty" (Borden Company) 

"With Care and Concern" (Upjohn) 

"Barllett & Son" (N.A.R.D.) 

( Nat'l. Assn. of Retail Druggists) 
Pl'BLIC SER\ ICE 
"Holiilay for Bands" (American Oil) 
"Man With a Thousand Hands" (I.H.) 
"Television in Education" (AT&T) 
"Fair Chance" (Planned Parenthood) 
"Driver Education" Hnim /i^g. (Std. Oil) 
"The Many Voices of Freedom" (F. Lawn) 
".Ar/((,)i Baseball" (Data/Films) 



5 Unique Powers 
ol the Film Medium 



V\ Hv Film ? 

Ask yourself what other medium guar- 
anteees /;/// attention to your entire 
message. No print advertisement, no 
TV show, no brochure, not even the 
most hypnotic salesman can persuade 
a prospective customer or an un- 
believer to sit quietly for 5 to 30 min- 
utes and concentrate on your message. 

Thanks to this unique environment, 
film can get your message over in the 
right logical progression of the mes- 
sage-points — without the prospect 
being able to interrupt, or worse, to 
skip ahead. 

Film doesn't need to waste precious 
time on attention-grabbing "stoppers," 
because the viewer is already seated 
and attentive. 

Film "carries its stinger in its tail," 
i.e., in its residual impression, and 
hence is free to implant important, 
though sometimes quiet, foundational 
material up front, with a solid effec- 
tiveness impossible in any other 
medium. 

Finally — and perhaps most impor- 
tant — film implants its impressions 
in the form of picture-images. And 
since people tend to remember what 
they see better than what they hear, 
the impressions burned into their 
minds via film have a better chance 
to endure — to inform, persuade, in- 
spire . . . and compel action: to 
motivate. — Cap Palmer 

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Ask Parthenon for loan prints of any 
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Telephone Parthenon Pictures at (213) 
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I Medical Films on the Move 

I AMA Library Shipped 17,328 FQins 
on Medicine and Health During '67 

I HPhe Rapidly Growing use of medical and 
■'■ health films by physicians, hospitals, 
medical schools and other professional groups 
is reflected in the record 17,328 bookings 
reported during 1967 by the American Medi- 
cal Association's Film Library. 

The 17,328 bookings during 1967 was 28 
percent higher than the previous high of 
14,064 in 1966. Total bookings each year 
have shown constant growth each year since 
1955 when 3,007 were recorded. 

Hospitals, Nursing Schools Most Active 

Analyzing 1967 bookings, Ralph P. Creer, 

director of the medical motion pictures and 
television section of the AMA, reported that 
the largest single users of AMA films were 
civilian hospitals and schools of nursing. 
Ninety-two U.S. medical schools used the 
services of the Film Library during the year. 
Paramedical schools were increasingly heavy 
users, accounting for more than 10 percent 
of the total bookings. 

As an indication of the heavy usage during 
the past year, the supply of the Catalog of 
Selected Medical and Surgical Motion Pic- 
tures was exhausted within six months and 
thus went out of print. 

2,453 Prints of 502 Titles in Library 

The AMA Film Library presently consists 
of 2,453 copies of 502 films This includes 
128 health films which can be used by physi- 
cians who aie invited to address lay groups. 
A current list of the films is currently avail- 
able from the AMA film library at 535 N. 
Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 60610. 

Of special note, according to Creer. is the 
fact that many medical schools and schoois 
of nursing are requesting the same motion 
pictures over a period of several years, indi- 
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integrated into the school curriculum. • 

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THE AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL 

Sponsored by the Educational 

Film Library Association 

New York City May 28-June 1, 1968 

i-\- The 196S American Film Festival, spon- 
sored by the Educational Film Library Asso- 
ciation, representing school, university and 
public libraries, and film libraries throughout 
the U.S. will be held May 2S-June 1 at the 
New York Hilton Hotel. New York City. 

Categories: 32 major areas of education and 
information, art and culture, religion and 
ethics, business and industry, and health and 
medicine will be offered for final judging by 
screening groups during the Festival. Elec- 
tions will have been made by pre-screening 
juries for final entries. 

Awards: Blue Ribbon (trophy) Awards 
to be presented at banquet, Friday, May 31. 
1969 Festival: May (Exact dates not set). 
Closing date for entries: Jan. 31, 1969. 



THE SEVENTH ANNUAL FILM FESTIVAL 

AMERICAN PERSONNEL & GUIDANCE 

ASSOCIATION 

Held in conjunction with the Annual 
APGA Convention at Detroit, Michigan, 
April 8-11, 1968 
C ATEGORiEs: Films and filmstrips in the fol- 
lowing categories will be presented: Inter- 
Personal Relations; Educational and Career 
Planning, Rehabilitation; Counseling; The 
Profession. Principles and Techniques; and 
Guidance Films from other countries. 
Selection: All films and filmstrips presented 
at the Film Festival are previewed before the 
final invitation to the producer. Generally 75 
to 100 films are previewed, and 25 to 30 are 
chosen. Selection is aimed to provide as wide 
a program as possible. 

lNif)RMATioN: Further information about 
APGA Film Festivals is available from Film 
lestival Coordinator. 1607 New Hampshire 
Avenue, N. W., Washington, D.C. 20009. • 

THE 16TH ANNUAL COLUMBUS 
FILM FESTIVAL AND AWARDS 

Sponsored by the 

Film Council of Greater Columbus 

in association with the 

Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce 

.■Vwards .Scrcenini; (for (icm-riil Public) at 
Center of .Scii-iicc- and Induslry Auditorium, 
2Sn East Broad St., Colimihus, Ohio, from 
1 to .5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, 1!)(>H. 
Cliris /Vwards liaii<|iic't: Friday evciiini;, 
October 24, at the Fort Hayes Hotel. 

Entries: Film producers and sponsors are in- 
vited to enter motion pictures and filmstrips 
produced in 1966, 1967 and 1968 provided 
they have not been previously submitted to 
any Columbus Film Festival. Entries (in the 
categories enumerated below ) must be ac- 
companied by 4x6 cards (for preview com- 



National Honors Program 
for tlie Selection of Year's 
Be.st Film.s and Filmstrip.s 

niittees) noting type of audience intended. 

Films are judged by professionals in the 
various fields. Entry fee for all motion pic- 
tures, regardless of length, ( no filmstrips ac- 
cepted this year) is S15. Entries will be ac- 
cepted beginning February 1 . and closing date 
is July 31, 196S at 5 p.m. E.S.T. Each print 
should be made available for judging for at 
least one month or longer. If less time is avail- 
able, the category chairman should be so in- 
formed. This year no film will be accepted 
after the closing date for entries, August 1. 

Categories & Chairmen: (Motion pictures 
should be shipped directly to the following: ) 
Business & Industry (job training; sales pro- 
motion; industrial relations; public relations; 
Miss Catlierine Benjamin. Chair., Ohio Bell 
Telephone Co.. Film Library. 35 E. Gay St.. 
Columbus. Oliio 43215. Information and 
Education (classroom instructional films; 
specialized instructional; general informa- 
tion); Glenn S. Billner, 804 Dimson Drive 
East. Columbus. Ohio; Health & Mental 
Health (health & hygiene; mental health; gen- 
eral medicine; professional medicine; dental), 
Florence L. Fogle. Assoc. Professor of Healtli 
Education. Ohio State University. 321 W. 
\lth St.. Columbus. Oliio 43210; Travel U.S. 
& Foreifin. Daniel F. Pru^h. Film Council of 
Greater Columbus. 280 Eust Broad St.. Co- 
lumbus. Ohio 43215. Religious Films, Miss 
Delores Slierwood. Augsburj> Publishing 
House. Audio Visual Dept.. 57 E. Main St.. 
Columbus 43215, Ohio: Graphic and Theater 
Arts; Barrel McDougle. Cliairman. S. A'. Hal- 
lock. Co-chairman, Center of Science & In- 
dustry. 280 E. Broad St.. Columbus 43215, 
Ohio. 

Awards: This is the I Ith year of the Chris 
Statuette .Awards, presented to the outstand- 
ing films in each category. Films receiving the 
Chris Statuette must be voted "best in photog- 
raphy, story value, and technical aspects of 
prixluction." Chris Certificate Awards are 
given to motion pictures considered "finalists" 
but not receiving the statuette award. 

For Entry Blanks: Write to Miss Mary 
Rupe, I'ilm Library, Columbus Public Li- 
brary, 96 South Grant Avenue. Columbus. 
Ohio 43215. • 



production, the most outstanding contribu- 
tion to the advancement of agriculture, home 
economics, rural-urban relations, and the 
public interest during the past two years. 
Honorable Mention Awards of $50.00 each 
may also be given at the discretion of the 
judges. 

Presentation: The Awards will be presented 
at a dinner co-sponsored by the Farm Foun- 
dation and the Foundation for American 
Agriculture at the annual meeting of the 
American Association of Agricultural College 
Editors scheduled for July' 8, 1968 at The 
L'niversity of Tennessee. Knoxville, Tenn. 

ELiGiBii.iT'i : Any active member of AAACE 
engaged in some phase of motion picture pro- 
duction is eligible to apply for the .'Kward. • 

FREEDOMS FOUNDATION AWARDS 

Sponsored by the Freedoms Foundation 

Valley Forge, Pennsylvania 

Closing Date for Entries: November 1, 1968 

Categories: Consideration is given to all 
films produced or released during 1968, which 
are aimed at building a better understanding 
of the American Way of Life. 

Awards: A distinguished jury of State Su- 
preme Court jurists and other eminent citi- 
zens selects one film for the top award and 
approximately 10 others for the George 
Washington Honor Medal recognition. 
Awards will be announced at Valley Forge 
on February 22. 1969. 

To Nominate: Nomination forms are avail- 
able from the Freedoms Foundation, N'alley 
Forge, Pennsylvania. • 



FARM FILM FOUNDATION 
PROFESSIONAL IMROVEMENT AWARDS 

■Awards: I or the 14lh consecutive year, an 
inscribed certifcate and $500.00 will be given 
to an active member of the American Asso- 
ciation of Agricultural College Editors, who 
is selected by a committee of three Judges as 
having made, through work in motion picture 



ANNUAL INDUSTRY FILM PRODUCERS 
ASSOCIATION AWARDS 

Sponsored by the Industry Film 

Producers Association, Inc. 

"Cindy" Awards Presented at Annual 

Meeting of IFPA in Fall of 1968 

Annlal .Awards CoMiMrinoN in recogni- 
tion of outstanding factual films. The purpose 
of the IFP.A awards is to stimulate constant 
improvement in the quality of informational, 
public relations and educational films, and 
their effective utilization by industry, business, 
education and government. 

Categories: Public Information, lechnieal 
Information, Sales Promotion. Training, and 
Orientation & Indoctrination. 

Fmk> Ineormation: Any film completed 
for release during the period July, 1967 
through June, 1968. More than one film may 
be submitted by the same member or organi- 
zation. Entry deadline is August I, 1968. 
Entry fee per film is SI5 for members. $25 
for non-members. For additional informa- 
tion, write Film Competitions Chairman, In- 
dustry Film Producers Association, Inc., P.O. 
Box 1470, Hollywood, Calif. 90028. • 



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THE 26TH ANNUAL NATIONAL 
SAFETY FILM CONTEST 

Sponsored by the Notional Committee 
on Films for Safety 
Eligible Films: All motion pictures pro- 
duced or released during 1968 whose pri- 
mary objectives are safety or which have im- 
portant accident prevention sequences. Con- 
test entry deadline will be February 24. 1969. 
Categories; Motion pictures. (16mm) in 
each of five fields: 1. Occupational. 2. Home. 
3. Traffic and transportation. 4. Recreational 
and Sports. 5. General. Judged separately are 
television and theatrical subjects. TV shorts 
and spots. 

.Aw.ARDs: Bronze Plaques will be awarded to 
top winners in each of the various areas of 
safety. Award of Merit Certificates will be 
given to other films for special reasons of sub- 
ject treatment, production excellence and or 
unusual contribution to safety. At the discre- 
tion of the iudges. awards may be given 
separately for ■■instruction-teaching" and for 
"inspirational" purpose films. 

One of the plaque-winning films may be 
designated ■■Safety film of the Year" and 
receive appropriate recognition. 

Present.ations: Films winning the Bronze 
Plaque will be shown in October during the 
National Safety Congress and Exposition in 



Chicago. HI. Plaques will be presented at that 
time to representatives of sponsors of these 
films by the Committee's chairman. Certificate 
of Merit winners will receive their awards 
after the final judging which is in April. All 
winners will be notified immediately after the 
judging. 

Information on Awards Programs: Write 
to Wm. Englander. Secretary. National Com- 
mittee on Films for Safety. 425 North Michi- 
gan Avenue. 5th Floor. Chicago, Illinois 
60611. " . 

15TH ANNUAL "DAY OF VISUALS" 

Sponsored by the 
Notional Visual Presentation Assn. 
New York, New York— September, 1968 
• The 15th Annual "Days of Visuals" Awards 
Competition will be held in New York City. 
mid-September. 1968. An announcement of 
the exact date and location will be made. 

The program includes two days of sem- 
inars, a luncheon program and the Annual 
Awards Banquet. 

Program Chairman is Les Waddington (J. 
C. Penney Co. ) ; .Awards Chairman is Joseph 
Elkins (Presbyterian Board of National Mis- 
sions). 

For information: write "Days of Visuals" 
Chairman. National Visual Presentation .'As- 
sociation. 663 Fifth Ave.. New York. N.Y. 



THE NINTH ANNUAL 
WESTERN HERITAGE AWARDS 

Oklahoma City, Oklo. 
Deadline: January, 1969 

Awards Ceremony: April 1969 
Sponsored by The Notional Cowboy Hall of Fame 

and Western Heritage Center 
Categories: Best Western motion picture; 
documentary film; fictional television pro- 
gram; novel; non-fiction book; juvenile book; 
art book; magazine article, short story, or 
poetry; and musical composition. The Awards 
hope to bring about a desire to create a great- 
er appreciation and a better understanding of 
our nation's Western heritage. 

Entry Information: Application blanks can 
be obtained from the Public Relations Dept., 
National Cowboy Hall of Fame. 1700 N.E. 
63rd St., Oklahoma City. Okla. 73111. 
Phone: (405) GR 8-1811. 

THE INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT FILM 
AWARD COMPETITION 

• The Society' for the Advancement of Man- 
agement will not hold a film competition in 
1968; plans are underway to resume this pro- 
gram in 1969 and readers will be advised of 
entry dates, etc. when they are announced. • 

Editor's Note: Film awards' programs reviewed 
in these pages have all been sponsored b\- rec- 
ognized national or regional groups concerned 
with audioxisnal media; other awards competi- 
tion, initiated b\ individuals for profit, are re- 
ported on other pages of this Review. 




. . . he did it again! 



Two Golden Eagles in CINE competition bringing the 
total to fourteen Golden Eagles for film producers qn^ 
clients 

First Place for the United States at Ischia, Italy for tKe 
best educational children's film ^^ 

A Blue Ribbon at tne American Film Festival 

First Place at the New York Film Festival 

First and Second Place National Safety Council 



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TV FILM AWARDS 

THE NINTH ANNUAL AMERICAN 
TV COMMERCIALS FESTIVAL 

■ New York City-May 22, 1968 
Chicago— May 31; Toronto— June 4 
Other U. S. & Foreign Cities— June-Sept. 
Eligibility: Open to commercials broadcast 
in the U.S. and Canada for the first time dur- 
ing 1967. No limit on entries from sponsors, 
agencies, station or production companies. 
Categories: TV-Forty product classifica- 
tions plus one category for Classics, which 
must have been first telecast more than five 
years ago. A special International TV and 
cinema category is open to entries from all 
other countries. Radio entries are grouped 
by size of market reached. 
Judging: By ten regional councils of prom- 
inent advertising executives, headed in 1968 
by David Ogilvy, chairman of Ogilvy & 
Mather International. 

Criteria: Outstanding commercials . . . 
based on strength of the sales message, vis- 
ual and aural appeal and all-over technical 
skill. 

Awards: A golden "CLIO" statuette to each 
Best of Product Category and Special Cita- 
tion winner. Certificates to Runners-Up and 
150 Finalists. 

Information: 16mm reel of winners is avail- 
able from Wallace A. Ross. Director, Ameri- 
can TV Commercials Festival, 6 West 57th 
Street, New York, New York 10019. Phone: 
(212) LT 1-7060. • 

THE NINTH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL 
BROADCASTING AWARDS 

Sponsored by the Hollywood 

Radio and Television Society 

Eligibility: Open to radio and television 

commercials broadcast during 1968 in any 

nation in the world. 

Categories: Eleven television and eight ra- 
dio commercial categories. In addition, special 
sweepstakes awards for both television and 
radio at annual presentation dinner. 
Judging: Forty creative screening panels 
meeting in several countries make initial 
judging. Final judging panel consisting of 23 
judges representing advertising companies, 
advertising agencies, production companies 
and broadcasters. 

Criteria: Excellence in broadcast and tele- 
vision commercial presentation including au- 
dio and visual quality, sales message impact, 
and overall technical skill and technique. 
Awards: Special trophy presentations to win- 
ners in 1 1 television and 8 radio categories. 
IBA awards to approximately 250 finalists in 
judging. And, a special '"Man of the Year" 
award presented annually to the person 
judged the outstanding man of the year in 
international communications. 
Information: Additional information, entry 
forms and data on past winners may be ob- 
tained from the Hollywood Radio and Tele- 
vision Society. International Broadcasting 
Awards, 1717 N. Highland Ave.. Hollywood, 
Calif. 90028. Phone: (213) 465-1183. • 



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Officers; 1966-67: President. Alden H. 
Livingston ( E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co. ) ; 
First Vice President. Reid H. Ray (Reid H. 
Ray Film Industries, Inc. ) ; Vice Presidents. 
Charles Dana Bennett (Farm Film Founda- 
tion). Ralph P. Creer (American Medical 
Assn.). J. Edward Oglesby (Virginia Dept. 
of Education ) . TTiomas W. Hope ( Eastman 
Kodak Co.) Dr. Anna L. Hyer (National 
Education Assn.). Rev. David O. Poindexter 
(National Council of Churches of Christ ). Dr. 
Don G. Williams (University of .Mo. Kansas 
City): Treasurer, .^Mfred E. Bruch (Capital 
Film Labs Inc.); Secretary. Peter Cott (Na- 
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Sciences ) : Coordinating Director. Dr. Harold 
Wigren ( National Education Assn. ) : Past 
Presidents. Willis Pratt. Jr. (.■\T&Ti. John 
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Charles Guggenheim (Guggenheim Produc- 
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Film Library Assn.). Stanley Mcintosh 
I Teaching Film Custodians Inc.). Daryl I. 
Miller (.Amercan Dental Assn.). Willard Van 
Dyke (The Museum of Modem Art). Dr. 
Randall Whaley (American Council on Edu- 
cation ) . 

Advisory Council; Jay Carmody. Judith 
Crist, Lou Hazam and Dr. William G. Carr. 

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Awards and Exhibition: Willard Webb. Edi- 
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Finance: Thomas W. Hof>e, Information & 
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Charles Dana Bennett. Patrons: J. Walter 
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lection of U.S. non-theatrical, short subject, 
and television documentary motion pictures 
(including government films) for submission 
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by interested patrons (associate, profession- 
al, and sustaining). • 



THE 20TH CANADIAN FILM AWARDS 

Sponsored Jointly by 

The Canadian Association for Adult Education, 

The Canodran Film Instute and 

The Canada Foundation 

Man'.\gement Committee: Consists of rep- 
resentatives from each of the sponsoring or- 
ganizations plus technical advisers, who are 
associated with the film making industry in 
Canada. Secretary. Canadian Film Awards. 
1762 Carling Avenue. Ottawa 13. Ontario. 

Categories: Awards are given for films in 
categories. Films released during 1967 by 
Canadian Film producers are eligible for 
awards. • 

THE 15TH INTERNATIONAL 
ADVERTISING FILM FESTIVAL 
Lido Di Venezia, Italy-June 10-15, 1968 
Sponsored by the Screen Advertising 
World Association Ltd. 
Manageme.nt: The Executive Council of 
S.-A.W.A. is fully responsible for all policy 
matters in relation to the Organization of the 
Festival. All inquiries should be made to the 
Festival Director: Mr. B. H. .Annett. Head 
Office. International Advertising Film Festi- 
val. 35 Piccadilly. London. W.I.. England. 
Phone: 01-734-7621 

Entry Dates: Books of Entry Forms and 
Delegate Registration Forms will be issued 
from the Head Office during March and com- 
pleted Entry Forms must be returned by 
.April 11 (Films) and May 10 (Delegates). 
Latest date for delivery of films to N'enice is 
May 6. 

Categories: Films will be judged by prod- 
uct categories. There will be 17 individual 
categories in each of the two groups — Cine- 
ma and Television and details of each cate- 
gory are included in the film entry books to- 
gether with the regulations governing the 
entry of films. 

Jlries: Two international juries, one for the 
Cinema and the other for the Television 
group, will be selected to judge all the entries. 

THE SECOND ANNUAL ATLANTA 

INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 

Atlanta, Georgio: May, 1969 

• Atlanta's reterUK -initiated Intcniational Film 
Festival program w;i.s organizetl in 19f>8 under 
the anspic-es of "Fonvard .Mlanta". the .Atlanta 
Chamber of Commerce. Eastern .\irline.s. Inc.. 
Cinema Exst Todd Films International. The 
RecencA H\att House, and The .Atlanta .\rts 
.Alliance. J. Hunter Totld is execiilixe prmliicer. 
at 1644 TuIIie Circle. .Atlanta. Ca. 30324. The 
\Iailinc address: Drawer 132.58K. -Atlanta. Ca. 
30324. 

Catecories: Feature motion pictures, theatrical 
short subjects, documentaries, television c-oin- 
mercials. and experimental films were festi\al 
categories in 1968. Films and T\' programs in 
dimensions from 70mm. 6.5mm. 3-5mm, 16mm 
and videotape accepted. 

Entbv Data: no date for 1969 entries has been 
confirmed as \et but a tentative Festival ilate of 
Ma\'. 1969 hiis been set. These columns will 
provide further entry data as received. • 



THE 9TH INTERNATIONAL 
INDUSTRIAL FILM FESTIVAL 

Sponsored by 

The Confederation of European 

Industrial Federations (CEIF) 

Vienna, Austria — September 23-28, 1 968 
• The industrial federations of \\ est Europe, 
through their Confederation headquarters 
( Paris, France ) . send their best industrial 
motion pictures, chosen in national competi- 
tion, to a different European capital each 
year for the world's most formidable compe- 
tition. Entries from other lands, including the 
United States, must be submitted through 
similar national industrial federations, upon 
formal invitation to compete from CEIF. 

The 9th International Industrial FUm Fes- 
tival is scheduled to be held in Vienna on 
September 23-28. A few notable changes 
have been announced, including abolishment 
of the Grand Prix for any one country and 
the adoption of two Grand Prix awards: one 
to be given for the best film in the categories 
for public viewing: the other to be awarded 
the best specialized film in the remaining six 
categories. 

Eight Official Categories of Festival 

Categorj A: Films about subjects of general 
industrial or scientific interest (economic, social 
or technical) or films contributing to the prestige 
of a sponsor, intended primarily for general 
audiences. 

Categorj B: Films, other than sales films, 
about specific industrial products, materials or 
projects, intended primarily for general audi- 
ences. 

Categon C: Films, other than sales films, 
about specific industrial products, materials or 
projects intended primarily for special audiences. 

Categorj D: Films about specific products or 
senices. with a direct sales purpose, intended 
either for general audiences or dealers (exclud- 
ing films for showing in paid time in cinemas or 
on television. 

Categorj- E: Films about scientific principles 
and research (excluding film used as a research 
tool) intended primarily for special audiences, 
including educational establishments. 

Category F: Training films (for example, 
films on management measures for increasing 
efficiency. prc»duclivity. automation, human rela- 
tions, vocational guidance) intended primarily 
for special audiences. 

Categorj G: Films on accident prc\cntion. oc- 
cupational diseases, rehabilitation, health educa- 
tion and other aspects of social security. 

Categorj F: Films on medical subjects in- 
tended for the medical or associated professions. 

N/.A/M Submits C.S. Entries to Aienna 
Entries: .An official invitation to participate 
must be extended to the National Association of 
Manufacturers, as the U.S. host group; a sub- 
committee appointed by the N .\ M has worked 
in cooperation with the U.S. Cc^uncil on Inter- 
national Nonthcatrical Events (CINEl to select 
official US entries, if invited. Readers of this 
publication » ill be kept informed. 
Commenlarj : The Editor of Business Screen has 
participated as an official U.S. delegate at two 
of the l.i-st three International Festivals and 
shares the view of many interested in the indus- 
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Modern Talking Pictures Opens 
Two More Skyport Cinemas 

Unique movie programs are 
now ottered free at the Greater 
Pittsburgh and Honolulu Inter- 
national Airports as Modern 
Talking Picture Service, Inc.. has 
inaugurated two new Skyport 
Cinema operations. 

The free movie lounges seat 
50 persons in Pittsburgh and 60 
in Honolulu. They provide daily 
showings of sponsored films on 
sports, travel and business sub- 
jects: selected because business- 
men are predominant in the audi- 
ences. 

These are the ninth and tenth 
locations of this service for air 
travelers. Initial surveys indicate 
that the average time spent view- 
ing films at Skyport Cinemas is 
about one hour per person. • 

* * * 

Bob Hope, Lynn Townsend 
Share "Man of Year" Honors 
7*r Bob Hope has been named 
"Man of the Year" in interna- 
tional communications by the 
Hollywood Radio and Television 
Society. 

He shares the honor with 
Lynn Townsend, chairman of the 
board of the Chrysler Corp.. 
which sponsored Hope in a se- 
ries of telecasts during 1967, 
and in the Christmas show from 
Viet Nam and the USO show 
from New York's new Madison 
Square Garden which were Niel- 
sen blockbusters early this year. 

This marks the first time the 
Society has named dual winners 
of the award, which were pre- 
sented to Hope and Townsend 
at the 8th annual International 
Broadcasting Awards Presenta- 
tion Dinner March 12 in Los 
Angeles. • 

* * * 
Record 2064 TV Commercials 
Entered in American Festival 

iir The 1968 American TV Com- 
mercials Festival has reported a 
record 2064 entries in this year's 
competition, despite industry 
rumblings of budget cutbacks and 
lower production volume. 

Entries are 126 above last 
year's competition, with one- 
third of them coming from out- 
side of New York, the center of 
TV commercial production. 

Film accounts for 93.2 percent 
of the total, with video tape at 
6.8 percent. And exactly 90 per 
cent of the entries are in color, 
up from 79 percent last year. 

Sixty seconds is still the nor- 
mal production length, although 
the economy-dictated trend to- 




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ward 30-second lifts is already 
in evidence. More than 80 per- 
cent of the entries are 60's, while 
10 percent are 30's. 

Festival judging of both TV 
and radio entries continues 
through April 15. CLIO statu- 
ettes will be presented winners 
May 22 in Philharmonic Hall at 
Lincoln Center in New York. • 

Murray Fairbairn Co Coordinate 
Film Entries in ANDY Awards 

"~ Murray Fairbairn has been 
selected by the ANDY Awards 
Committee of the Advertising 
Club of New York as coordina- 
tor for all film entries in the 
Fourth Annual ANDY Awards 
Competition covering print and 
broadcast ads and campaigns ini- 
tially displayed in 1967, 

Fairbairn is a producer with 
Communications Center, Inc., 
where he is in charge of prepar- 
ing collateral film promotion ma- 
terial for clients of Basford. Inc, 



and Basford PR-Promotion Inc.. 
two of the agency's five subsidi- 
aries. 

The ANDY Awards will be 
announced and presented to win- 
ners in 21 categories April 4 at 
the New York Hilton Hotel. 

|ohn Bates Heads IBA Panel 
For Non-English TV Commercials 

7^ John Bates, international sales 
director of Quartet Films, has 
been named chairman of the cre- 
ative screening panel which will 
select International Broadcasting 
."Xward finalists in a special new- 
category for non-English lan- 
guage television commercials. 

.'\ total of 31 nations are rep- 
resented by more than 3,000 ra- 
dio and television commercials 
in this year's competition. Of 
these, nearly 200 are entered in 
the special category for non-Eng- 
lish language commercials. 

The finalists are selected by 
Bates and the nine other men he 
named to his judging panel. • 



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AUDIO VISUAL SERVICE COMMITTEE 

OF THE ASSOCIATION OF NATIONAL 

ADVERTISERS, INC. 

Office: 155 E. 44th St., New York, N.Y. 
10017. 

Officers: Peter W. Allport, President; Wil- 
I liam D. Kistler, Vice President; Anthon C. 
I Lunt. Administrative Secretary. Audio-Vis- 
' ual Service Committee. 
Membership: Chairman: WilHs H. Pratt, Jr. 
(American Telephone & Telegraph Co. ) ; 
I Committee Members: Thomas F. Battaglini 
I (Schering Corp.); R. W. Bonta (General 
I Electric Co.); Walter A. Burton (Honeywell 
Inc.); William J. Connelly (Union Carbide 
Corp.); James M. Creamer (Avondale Mills. 
Inc.); James G. Damon, Jr. (IBM World 
Trade Corp.); John Flory (Eastman Kodak 
Co.): John K, Ford (General Motors Corp.); 
Gerry G. Germain (Metropolitan Life In- 
surance Co.); James J. Graven (Bell & 
Howell Co.); John P. Grember (United Air 
Lines); Herbert L. Haft (Kinney National 
Service, Inc.); F. Barry Koss (Worthington 
Corp.); Frank Rollins (E. R. Squibb & 
Sons); Kenneth P. Schwartz (United States 
Steel Corp.); D.B. Ubel (Minnesota .Mining 
& Manufacturing Co.) 

Plrpose: The Committee initiates and exe- 
cutes projects which will provide the 1300 
"Audio-Visual Interest Group" members of 
the .ANA with cost, technical, distribution and 
other information about business films and 
related audio-visual materials. • 



THE INDUSTRIAL 
AUDIO-VISUAL ASSOCIATION 

Office: (of Executive Secretary): Frederic 
J. Woldt, 313 Stanlev Ave., Waukegan, 111. 
60085. 

Officers: William H. Buch ( Lederlc Lab- 
oratories), President: Frank Stedronsky (A.B. 
Dick Co.). First Vice President: William W. 
Walton (IBM), Second Vice President: John 
T, Hawkinson (Illinois Central Railroad), 
Vice President-Illinois: Gerald L. Johnson 
(Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Co.), Secre- 
tary: Harold Read ( Liberty Mutual Insur- 
ance), Asst. Secretary: Frederic J. Woldt (re- 
tired). Exec. Secretary and Treasurer. 

Directors: Harry E. Paney (Arthur Ander- 
sen & Co.), Central Region: Robert F. Un- 
rath (Port of New York Authority), Eastern 
Region: Marshall F. Hosp (General Mills), 
Northern Region: Martin M. Broadwell 
(Southern Bell Telephone Co.), Southern 
Region: Edward L. Carroll (Southern Paci- 
fic Co.), Western Region. 

Advisory Coincii. ; William D. Davis (E.I. 
DuPont deNemours & Co.), Constitutional 
Chairman: James Craig (General Motors 
Corp.). Historian: Gerald K. Hall (National 
Cash Register Co. ) , Menihershift Chairman: 
Harold W. Daffer (Honneywell. Inc.). Past 
Presidents Chairman: Lee Coylc (Ohio Bell 
Telephone Co. ) . Program Chairman- 1 968 
Fall Meeting: Fred Barker (California Pack- 
ing Co.), Program Cliairman-]')(^fi Annual 
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INDUSTRIAL AUDIO/VISUAL ASSOCIATION: 

Co.), Publicity Chairman: Jerry F. Curto Jr. 
( Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad ) , 
Technical Chairman. 

Purpose: To study all means of audio-visual 
communications including creation, produc- 
tion, appreciation, use and distribution; to 
promote better standards and equipment, and 
to establish a high concept of ethics in the re- 
lation of members with associated interests. 
Spring Meeting: San Francisco Hilton, 
May 1-3, 1968. Fall Meeting: Mall Motor 
Inn, Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 21-24, 1968. 

THE INDUSTRY FILM 
PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION 

Office (mail address): P.O. Box 1470, 
Hollywood Calif. 90028. 

National Officers: Robert Hecker. Presi- 
dent: Ira Thatcher. E.xecutive Vice President: 
Mitchell Rose. Financial Vice President and 
Treasurer: Frederick Beelby. Editorial Vice 
President: James Newcom, Chapters Vice 
President. 

Purpose: Study, discussion and exchange of 
ideas concerning the production of industrial, 
documentary, public relations and educational 
films; upgrading of standards and advance- 
ment of the "state of the art." 

Membership: Primarily composed of indus- 
trial, business, educational, and aerospace and 
electronics film producers, directors, writers, 
cameramen and editors, along with sustain- 
ing members in commercial labs, equipment 
firms, independent production studios, etc. 

Publication: Official publication of the 
IFP.A is Business Screen. 

1968 Activities: Ninth Annual National 
Conference and IFPA Film .Awards Banquet 
in October in Southern California. 

THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE 
ON FILMS FOR SAFETY 
Office (of the Secretary) ; 425 North Michi- 
gan Ave.. 5th Floor. Chicago. Illinois 6061 1. 
Officers: James T. Wadkins (Association of 
Safety Council Executives), Chairman: Wil- 
liam Englander (National Safety Council). 
Secretary. 

Member Organizations: American Auto- 
mobile Association, American Association of 
Motor Vehicle Administrators. American In- 



Professional 

Organizations 

Serving the 

Business 

and Industrial 

Film User 




COMMinEE ON FILMS FOR SAFETY: 

surance Association, American Medical As- 
sociation. American National Red Cross. 
American Petroleum Institute. .American Pub- 
lic Health .Association. American Society of 
Safety Engineers. American Society for Train- 
ing and Development. .Association of Safety 
Council Executives. Auto Industries Highway 
Safety Committee. Automotive Safety Founda- 
tion. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. 
International Association of Chiefs of Police. 
National Association of Automotive Mutual 
Insurance Companies, National Assticiation of 
Manufacturers. National .Association of Mu- 
tual Casualty Companies. National Fire Prcv 
tection Association. The National Grange. 
National Safety Council. U.S. Air Force. U.S. 
Army. U.S. Bureau of Public Roads. U.S. 
Junior Chamber of Commerce. U.S. Navy, 
United States of America Standards Institute. 
Purpose: A co-sponsored group of national 
organizations, with active interest in accident 
prevention through use of films, who wish to 
accomplish the following objectives: I. To 
stimulate production and use of safety films. 
2. To raise the quality of films produced. 3. 
To establish film evaluation standards. 4. To 
recognize film excellence in awards program. 
1968 .Activities: .April meeting of the Com- 
mittee as a Board of Judges to screen and 
finally judge entries in their 25th Annual Safe- 
ty Film .Awards Program. October evening 
showing of top winning films and presenta- 
tion of awards to representatives of sponsors 
and or producers (during the National Safety 
Congress and Exposition in Chicago. III.). • 



THE NATIONAL VISUAL 

PRESENTATION ASSOCIATION, INC. 

Oi Fit ts M-<i I illli .Avenue. New York. N.Y. 

UX)22. Phone; (212) 421-5282. 

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ORGANIZATIONS SERVING A-V USERS: 



NATIONAL VISUAL PRESENTATION ASSN: 

Sperry and Hutchinson Co.), President; 
Herbert Rosenthal (Graphic Institute Inc.), 
Vice President: Les Waddington (J.C. Pen- 
ney Co,), Vice President: Mrs, Joseph V, 
Connolly, Jr., (Association of the Junior 
Leagues of America, Inc. ) . Treasurer: Edna 
C, Choo (The Point of Purchase Advertising 
Institute), Secretary: Jules S. Schwimmer, 
Executive Secretary. 

Midwest Chapter Officers: Howard Rice 
(Union Tank and Car Co.), President: F. E. 
Bronson (Quaker Oat Co.), Vice President 
(user); Dan Kater (Modern Talking Pic- 
tures), Vice President (Trade); Howard Ja- 
cobson (Helene Curtis Industries), Secretary/ 
Treasurer. 

Purpose: To advance and encourage the 
more effective use of visuals to promote bet- 
ter communication in industry, business, edu- 
cation and government. To increase the pres- 
tige of the visual communications specialist 
by adherance to the highest ethical standards. 

Annual Awards Competition: Deadline 
for awards for the "Best Visuals of 1968" 
will be one month prior to "Days of Visuals" 
Program, scheduled for mid-September, 1968. 
The awards will be presented at the Awards 
Banquet in New York City. Date and exact 
location will be announced. 

Meetings: Monthly luncheon meetings fea- 



turing presentations of specialized audio-vis- 
ual topics, September through June, in New 
York and Chicago. Visitors welcome. The 
15th Annual "Days of Visuals" Exposition, 
Seminars and Awards Banquet will be held 
mid-September in New York City. (Exact 
date and location to be announced). • 



BRITISH INDUSTRIAL & 
SCIENTIFIC FILM ASSOCIATION 

Office: 193-197 Regent St., London Wl, 
England. Phone: 01-734-4536. 

Officers: Sir Peter Runge. President: The 
Earl of Drogheda, The Earl of Halsbury, Vice 
Presidents: Sir Arthur Elton, Cliainnan: Miles 
Pitts-Tucker, Vice Chairman: Dr. James 
Pryor, Honorary Treasurer: Tony Durant, 
Director. 

Purpose: 1. To promote the use of film by 
industry and science in all fields of national 
development. 2. To encourage the exchange 
of information on the value, use and appli- 
cation of film in the fields of industry, sci- 
ence and, for this purpose, to employ lec- 
turers, to arrange discussions, meetings and 
conferences and to publish or distribute 
books, journals, pamphlets and articles. 3. To 
support and carry out research, instruction 
and experiments in matters connected with 
use of film in the fields of industry and sci- 
ence, and to collect, collate and disseminate 



information, data and statistics relating there- 
to. 4. To promote festivals and competitions, 
alone or with others, at which films can be 
screened, film equipment exhibited, papers 
read and discussed, and discussions organized 
on or incidental to the aims of the Associa- 
tion, to make awards and give prizes. 5. To 
take executive responsibility for participation 
in appropriate international film festivals, and 
to organize the selection of films to be sub- 
mitted. 6. To cooperate with the Council of 
European Industrial Federations, the Inter- 
national Scientific Film Association, and other 
appropriate national and international organ- 
izations. 7. To sponsor or produce or in any 
other way to secure the production of films 
related to industry and science, particularly 
those likely (a) to generate an awareness at 
home and overseas of British achievement 
in industry and science and (b) to encour- 
age exports. 8. To advise H.M. Government 
on possibilities of the production, distribution 
and use of film in industry and science to 
meet national needs at home and national 
purposes overseas. 9. To compile and publish 
the British National Film Catalogue as a 
record of all British and foreign films avail- 
able in Great Britain; and to undertake, alone 
or with others, the appraisals of films, and to 
publish appraisals. • 

Editors's Note: Selection of official Euro- 
pean entries for the annual International In- 
dustrial Film Festivals is made at various na- 
tional industrial festivals held in France, Ger- 
many, Italy, etc. and sponsored by host groups 
of industrial users and producers there. 



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each shooting script receives loving at- 
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Before our cameras roll you can be sure 
that a plan has been worked out and 
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answer to your communications problem. 
We like to start working with you at the 



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EDUCATIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
Organizations Serving Audio-Visual Users 



BIOLOGICAL PHOTOGRAPHIC 
ASSOCIATION, INC. 

Headquarters: P.O. Box 12866, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 19108. (Office of the Administra- 
tive Director). 

Officers: Howard E. Tribe, RBP, FBPA, 
(Academic Communications Facility, Health 
Science Center. UCLA), President: Stanley 
Klosevych, RBP, FRMS, FBPA (Bio-Graphic 
Unit, Canada Agriculture), Vice President 
Richard C. Matthias. RBP Medical Illustra- 
tion Section, Smith Kline & French Labora- 
tories), Secretary-Treasurer. 

Ex Officio: Verlin Yamamoto, RBP, FBPA 
(Veterans Administration Center), Editor of 
the Journal: Lawrence B. Brown, FBPA 
(Harvard School of Dental Medicine). Chair- 
man. Chapters Committee: Clifford L. 
Freehe (LIniversity of Washington). Presi- 
dent 1967-68; Lardner A. Coffey, RBP, 
FBPA (Section of Photography, Mayo 
Clinic). President. 1964-65; Mervin W. La 
Rue, Sr.. FBPA (Mervin W. LaRue, Inc.), 
President, 1962-63; Verlin Y. Yamamoto, 
FBPA ( Medical Illustration Service. Veterans 
(Adm. Center. Des Moines.) 1960-61. 



Directors: Robert A. Brown RBP (Medi- 
cal College Hospital ) ; Marianne Gaettens 
(Ontario Cancer Institute); Leonard Hart 
(Veterans Administration Hospital); David 
Lubin RBP, FBPA (Veterans Administra- 
tion Center); Frank G. Minello RBP, FBPA; 
Charles G. Reiner RBP (Veterans Adminis- 
tration Hospital); Marshall V. Stokes II RBP, 
FBPA (Veterans Administration Hospital). 

Purpose: The BPA was founded at Yale Uni- 
versity in 1931 as a group of medical, dental, 
veterinary and natural science photographers. 
Active membership is limited to those pro- 
fessionally engaged in the practice of bio- 
photography. The BPA is dedicated to the 
study and improvement of photographic 
science as applied to all things which live or 
have lived. 

Activities: The 1968 annual meeting will be 
held at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles 
August 12-15. The 1969 annual meeting will 
be held at the Kahler Hotel in Rochester, 
Minn., August 18-21, 1969. Chapters hold 
area meetings for their respective members. 
Slide-tape lectures of outstanding papers 
presented at annual meetings are made avail- 
able through the BPA's recorded lecture pro- 
gram. 



Official Publications: The Journal of the 
Biological Photographic Association; The 
BPA News, a bulletin of chapter activities. • 

DEPARTMENT OF AUDIO/VISUAL 

INSTRUCTION OF THE 

NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 

Office: 1201 Sixteenth Street, N.W., Wash- 
ington, D.C. 20036. Anna L. Hyer, Executive 
Secretary. 

Purpose: The improvement of instruction 
through the better, wider use of audio-visual 
equipment, materials and techniques. Mem- 
bership consists primarily of directors and 
specialists in colleges and universities, state 
depts. of education, and county and city 
school systems. School supervisors and ad- 
ministrators, classroom teachers, librarians 
and audio-visual specialists in te armed forces, 
in industry and among religious groups are 
included in membership of this NEA-affiliated 
a-v department. 

Conferences: National convention, Hous- 
ton, Texas, March 24-29; Post 1968 conven- 
tion conference, Mexico City; 1969: Port- 
land, Ore., April 27-May l;'l970: Detroit, 
Mich. April 26-30; 1971: Philadelphia, Pa., 
March 14-18. Joint DAVI-AASL and DAVI- 
DESP meetings in connection with the NEA 
convention. Dallas, Texas. July 1 and 2. Lake 
Okoboji Educational Media Leadership Con- 
ference. August 18-22, 1968. 



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This sound studio has tifo stages. The main 
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Midwest Studios, Inc. is owned by a really corpora, 
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No production personnel will be employed by the 
studio corporollon. A producer desiring to rent 
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equipment. However, upon request. Midwest Stu- 
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needed, such os directors, set designers, camera- 
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EDUCATIONAL & SCIENTIFIC GROUPS: 



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DEPT. OF AUDIO/VISUAL INSTRUCTION: 
Activities. 1967-68: DAVl convened task 
forces in these areas of concern; computer- 
ized booking and cataloging, professional edu- 
cation, media standards, role of the media 
professional in education. Operates a National 
Tape Repository of approximately 5.000 titles 
offering a recording service for educational 
institutions. DAVI has committees and com- 
missions dealing with such areas evaluation 
of materials and instructional systems, his- 
tory and archives, information science, legis- 
lation, professional education of media spe- 
cialists, professional standards, radion and 
television, teacher education and technical 
standards. Works on joint projects with the 
Educational Media Council. American Assn. 
of School Librarians, National Assn. of Edu- 
cational Broadcasters, Associated Organiza- 
tions for Teacher Education. DAVl par- 
ticipates in activities of international organi- 
zations of the Teaching Profession. Interna- 
tional Council for Educational Films, and in 
state and regional audiovisual conferences. 
It provides consultants for conventions of 
many national orcanizations. 
Publications: Official organ is Audiovisuul 
Instruction ( monthlyexcept July and August ) ; 
AV Commimication Revieu- (quarterly). 
Published in 1966-67: Educational Facilities 
with New Media: National Audio Tape Cata- 
log; Language Laboratory and Languai;e 
Learning: The Stale of Audiovisual Techno- 
logy: Standards for Cataloging Coding and 
Scheduling Educational Media: Highlights of 
Schools Using Educational Media: Instruc- 
tional Television Fixed Service (2500mHz): 
What It Is . . . How to Plan: DAVI Metn- 
hersliin Directory and Data Book. 1967-68; 
Handbook for State Membership Chairmen. 
Current publication list includes books and 
pamphlets in areas of AV instruction, TV. 
programmed instruction, educational tech- 
nology, foreicn language, educational ujcs ol 
the coniDuter. non-orojected pictures. (Com- 
plete publications catalog available upon rc- 
ouest. ) 

Awards and Scholarships: Pioneer Awards 
for long-time service In the AV field aiven at 
each national convention; DAVI Memorial 
Scholarship of $1,000 awarded annually for 
graduate AV study. • 



THE EDUCATIONAL FILM 
LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

Office; 250 West 57th Street, New York, 
New York 10019. 

Officers: James L. Limbacher, President: 
William J. Speed, Vice-President: Carolyn 
Guss, Secretary: Emily S. Jones. Administra- 
tive Director (at headquarters). 

Committees; Emily S. Jones, Festival Cluiir- 
man: Carolyn Guss, Nominations Chairman: 
William J. Speed. Membership Chairman: 
Judy Vogelsand, Evaluations Chairman. 
Membership; (Constituent) — 845 non- 



EDUCATIONAL FILM LIBRARY ASSOCIATION: 

profit' educational institutions; (Service ■ — 
60 commercial organizations and interested 
individuals; 4 international members (govern- 
ment agencies, film groups of other coun- 
tries ) ; 35 sub-memberships and 325 personal 
memberships, for a total enrollment of 1269. 

Purpose; To encourage and improve the pro- 
duction, distribution and utilization of educa- 
tional films. EFLA conducts a film evalua- 
tion service. 

1968 American Film Festival; To be held 
May 28-June 1, at the New York Hilton 
Hotel. New York City. 

Publications: For members — Evaluations, 
bi-monthly magazine Sightlights which incor- 
porates the previous EFLA Bulletin, Filmlist, 
Film Review Digest, and Service Supplements. 
Also books and pamphlets, described in pub- 
lication list, which is available on letterhead 
request. 

THE FARM FILM FOUNDATION, INC. 

Main Office: 1425 H. St.. N.W.. Washing- 
ton D.C. 20005. 

Officers: Dr. Roger B. Corbett (New Mex- 
ico State Univ.), President: Mrs. Edith T. 
Bennett Executive Vice President: Anna 
Breckenridge (Potomac Grange), James E. 
Gibson (National Archives), William D. Mil- 
sop (National Council of Farmer Coopera- 
tives), Virginia Smith (Women's Committee, 
Am. Farm Bureau Federation). Vice Presi- 
dents: Ken Geyer (Conn. Milk Producers 
Assn.). Treasurer: J. K. Stern (American In- 
stitute of Cooperation), Secretary: CD. Ben- 
nett. Sitecial Consultant: Lewe B. Martin 
(Pope. Ballard & Loos). Counsel: Dickson 
Loos Pope, Ballard & Loos). Asst. Treasurer. 

Boaro of Trustees; Mrs. Edith Bennett, 
E.xec. V.P.: Harry O. Bercher (International 
Harvester Co.); William J. Brake (National 
Grange); Anna Breckenridge (Potomac 
Grange), Roger Corbett (New Mexico State 
University). John H. Davis (Agribusiness 
Consultant). P.O. Davis (Assn. of Land- 
Grant Colleges). Roger Fleming (American 
Farm Bureau Federation), Ken Geyer (Conn 
Milk Producers Assn.). James Gibson (Na- 
tional Archives). H.G. Hawes (Maine State 
Dept. of Agriculture). Karl D. Loos (Pope, 
liallard & Loos). Robert McLeod (Corn 
Products Co.), William D. Milsop (National 
Council of Farmer Cooperatives), H. D. 
Newson (National Grange), E. M. Norton 
(National Milk Producers Federation). James 
Roe (E. H. Brown Adv.). Raymond Spencer 
(National Assn. of County Ag. Agents), Vir- 
ginia Smith (Women's Committee American 
Farm Bureau Federation), J. K. Stern .Amer- 
ican Institute of Cooperation), Carroll Street- 
er (Farm Journal). R. D. Stuart (Quaker 
Oats Co.), Webster Tenney (Future Farmers 
of America), J. Jerome Thompson (Chas. 
Pfizer & Co.). John D. Waui;h (Allied Chem- 
ical Corp.) (Continued on next page) 



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EDUCATIOXAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
Oriraiiizations Ser\ ins; AudioA isiial L sers 



THE FARM FILM FOUNDATION: 
Honorary Life Members: Earl \\. Benja- 
inin, William T. Brady. Frank W . Jenks. 
James .A.. McConnell, Wheeler McMillen. 
Mrs. Raymond Sa>Te. William T. Spanion. 
Francis R. \\ ilcox. 

Ba\RP OF Consultants: Roy Battles ^Clear 
Channel Broadcasting Service U E. G. Cher- 
bonnier t Foundation for .American .\gricul- 
lute^; On Coelln (.Business Screen Maga- 
zine »: Kit H, Haynes ^National Council of 
Farmers Cooperati\«): H. N. Hunsicker 
(Office of Education. HEWi; J. Don Parel 
t .Assiviation of .\merican Railrvxsds^: \'al 
Sherm;m (.National Milk Prvxlucers Federa- 
tion*: C. Maurice Wieting (Ohio Farm Bu- 
reau Federativ>n'V: Louis H. Wilson (National 
Plant Fix\i Instituted: Judd Wyatt (Missotiri 
Farmers' .■\ss<.viation'). 

i Meetings: The Trustees meet each \*ar in 
I June. The Board of Consultants meet to 

screen films on call of the Executi\^ \ice- 

President. 

Pirpose: The ca- ;x:ner understand- 

' ing between rural and urtvin .America ihrvHigh 
I audio-visual education. 

I .AcTivrriEs: (ll Distributes through its main 
office and cwperating depositories l^mm 
motiv^n pictures found suitable by Board of 
I Consultants for Foundation endorsement. Dis- 
I iribuiion is principally to rural .America. 
i There is no cost to film itsers except for ne- 
I turn postage. There is. ho»-e\-er. a small li- 
brary of special purpose renral films main- 
tained at the main office. (.2> The Founda- 
tion, ihaxigh its contacts with all phases of 
I rural .America, makes available a tmique con- 
sultation service to film sponsors at>d pro- 
ducers. • 



THE UNIViRSITY FILM ASSOCIATION 
(Formerly University Film Producers Assn.) 
OFFtcE tof the President*: RayTixxid E. 
Fielding. T\"-Radio-Film Division. Cniversity 
of Iowa. Iowa City. Iowa. 

Officers: RayiiK'nd E. Fielding. PrfssJen:: 
Donakl Staples (Modern Pvr.irc r>:v . Ohio 
Slate Cniv.K Errt-i^nw l\, ■ Rotv 

en \V. Wagner (Motion F. . . Ohio 

State L'niv.* EJisori^ Iktr-l^nrsiufn:: WiJ- 
Kam Drake (Modoo Picture Div.. Ohio State 
Cniv.* Ccfifenmcf Vk-i^-Prrskifn:: J. Sol 
Wrenn. Jr v ■^■>;e Bd. of Education^ 



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6o.\RP OF .~ 

111. I niv.) 

Kuipfr (.Ar.. . 

due Cmv.>: DonaM E. S: 
Univ.*; J .Blair Watson tr_ 



ard Gos^n i New Yort; Ctuv.* : How-ard Cot- 
ton (Sv- •-;— '■'■rh.iis I'niv.'i. 



Pattte (So. 
.'ohn B. 

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(Cniv. of So. Calif.), Constitution; John Kui- 
per (.American Univ.). Curriculum: J. E. 
Oglesby (\"a. State Board of Education*. 
Firmvtib and Conifsts: John Mercer (So. 111. 
Lniv.* and Kenneth Mason (Eastman Kodak 
Co.*. Hisiorians: Richard J. Goggin (New 
York Lniv.*. Iniernoiional Reltiiions: Mar- 
shall LovTien (L"niv. of Iowa*. Membfrf/t:r: 
Howard W. Conon (So. 111. Univ.*. Pirrson- 
nel. 

PiBLiCAiioNs: The formal publications of 
LT.A is a quarterly. The Ufa Joitinal. 
(subscription to non-members is S4.C10 per 
y^ear*. Other special reports and papers pub- 
lished at intervals for member guidance. Thf 
I' FA Digirst is a new^erter for members 
and is published bimonthly. The .Association 
is represented annually at Film Festivals, on | 
the Educational Media Council and at the In- 1 
temational Congress of Schools of Cinema 
and Television in Europe. 

.\NNi."AL Conference: 22nd .Annual Con- 
ference to be held .August lS-24. 196S. Host: 
Univietsity of Denv'er. Colo. Myror. s- ' 
and Ted Perry. Conference and f 
Chairmen. • 



UNIVERSITY FIUW FOUNDATION. INC. 
Office (.ot the PresUier.:i; O. S. (.Ste^e* 
Knudsen. Film Prcsiuction Unit. .Alice Norton 
House, Iowa State University. .Ames, Iowa 
50010. 

Officers: O. S. Knudsen (Iowa State Univ.*. 
Presidem: Jcim Flory (Eastman Kodak Co >. 
Vii-e^-Presideni: Herbert E. Farmo^ (Univ. of 
So. Calif.*, Secrei,iry: C. N. (Ned* Hcckman 
(MoPic Dept., Univ. of Oklahoma). FrflOJur- 
er. 

Other Trl-stees: RayiiKwd E. Fidding 
(Univ. of low^*: Neal G. Keehn \"J*. Gea- 
. eral Fihn Laboratories*: J. E. Ogfcsby (\lr- 
ginia Slate Board of Education*: Frank Paine 
^So. IlKnois Univ.*: Oscar E. PattefsoB 
(L'niv. of So. CaKf.*: Lawrettce Sthennaa 
(WavTie State Univ.*: Luella W Snyder (Rt. 
I. Winnsboro. La.*: Robert W. Wagner 
vOhio Slate L'niv.*: Don G. Winiams (Univ. 
erf Missouri at Kansas City*. 

.Adviswry Council: Mr. and Mrs^ Chaiks 
Dana Beni»en (Farm Fihn Foundation); Mr. 
and Mrs^ Reid Ray (Reid H. Ray Fihn In- 
dustries*; Mrs. R».>5e Blyth Kemp (Caff. In- 
stitute of Technofogy*; Edward Fischer 
(Notre Dame*: Richard Goggin (New Yort 
Univ.*: J. Blair Watson, Jr. (Daitmootfa Ool- 
less Fihns*; ByTl Sims (Univ. of Dfinois) 
John Kuiper (Library of Co<Kress>; Ji 
Senn ( Purdue Univ.* ; Donald G. Cain (InwJ 
of MintKsoti*: Marshall N. LovTien (Utuv ct- 
lowa*; Loren D. Cocking (So. Ulinots Univ 
William Drake (Ohio Slate Unhr.). 

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THE ASSOCIATION OF 
CINEMA LABORATORIES, INC. 
Office: 1925 K St., N.W.. Washington, DC. 
20006. Phone: (202) FE 8-3157. ' 
Officers: Sidney P. Solow (Consolidated 
Film Industries). President: W. D. Hedden 
(Calvin Productions, Inc.), Vice-President; 
Robert A. Colbum (Geo. W. Colburn Lab- 
orator>'. Inc.). Treasurer: A. E. Bruch (Capi- 
tal Film Laboratories, Inc. ) , Secretary; Pres- 
ton B. Bergin, Executive Secretary. 
Board of Directors: Terms Expire Fall — 
1968: Qass A— Robert F. Blair (Labcraft 
International Corp. ) : Class B — W. A. Palmer 
(W. A. Palmer Films. Inc.); Oass C— G. 
Carleton Hunt (DeLuxe Laboratories. Inc.); 
Canadian Region — E. W. Hamilton (Trans- 
Canada Films. Ltd.): Western Region — Sid- 
ney P. Solow (Consolidated Film Industries). 
Terms Expire Fall — 1969; Class A — Bur- 
ton Smith (Cine-Chrome Labs); Class B — 
George W. Colburn (Geo. W. Colbum Lab 
Inc.): Oass C — Garland C. Misener (Capi- 
tal Film Labs Inc. ) ; \ortheastern Region — 
Harold Hinkle (Pathe Labs Inc.): Central 
Region — William D. Hedden (Calvin Pro- 
ductions. Inc.): Southern Region — Dudley 
Spruill (Byron Motion Pictures, Inc.). 
Meetings: Held semi-annually at the same 
time and place as the Society of Motion Pic- 
ture and Television Engineers" conventions. • 

THE FILM PRODUCERS 
ASSOCIATION OF MINNESOTA 
Officers: Paul D. Rusten. (Rusten Film 
Assoc.). President; Anthony Lane (Anthony 
Lane Studios. Inc.). Treasurer; .Art Nichol. 
Don Bajus. Managers, two- and one-vear 
terms respectively. 

Members: Countryman-Klang Film Produc- 
tions; Empire Photosound. Inc.; George Ryan 
Films. Inc.; Promotional Films. Inc.; Rusten 
Film Associates; .Anthony Lane Film Studios, 
Inc.; Studio One. Inc.; Image. Inc.; Sly-Fox 
Films. Inc. 

Purpose: The advancement of the arts and 
crafts of film production for the betterment 
and improvement of the film industry; the 
establishment of improved client relations and 
the exchange of technical information. 
Projects: Advertising, publicity and public 
relations campaign to build recognition and 
prestige for the accredited local film pro- 
ducers; to enlighten business and industry in 
the types, uses and advantages of films, and 
to encourage wider use of films in training, 
selling, advertising and publicrclations. 
Meetings: Third Monday of each month, 
6:30 p.m.. Minneapolis. • 

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FILM PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OF 
NEW YORK, INC. 

Office (of the E.xecutive Director); 165 
West 46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036. 

Officers: Sam Magdoff (Elektra Film 
Prods. Inc), President; Irving Hecht (Cinef- 
fects, Inc ) , Vice President; Harold Friedman 
(Savage Friedman, Inc.), Secretary: Morris 
Behrend (WCD, Inc), Treasurer. 

Directors; John Babb (F&B/Ceco), Robert 
Bergmann (Filmex, Inc.), Lee Blair (TV & 
Film Graprics), Manny Casiano (Berkey 
Video), Ronald Cohen (Jerome J. Cohen), 
Thomas Craven (Craven Film Corp.), Daniel 
Eisenberg (Movielab, Inc.), Sanford Green- 
berg (MPO Productions), Robert Gross 
(American Film Prods.), Chuck Manno 
(\'PI. div. Electrographic), Andre MouUin 
(Tele-\'ideo Prods.), Lou Mucciolo (Audio 
Productions). Bill Sohl (EUE/Screen Gems), 
Chet Stewart (Reeves Sound Studios), 
Charles Ticho (Fred Niles Comm.); Thomas 
J. Lunford (Pelican Films), Past president. 

Producer Members; Allegro Film Produc- 
tions: American Film Productions. Inc.; 
Audio Productions, Inc.; John Bransby Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; Colodzin Productions, Inc.; 
Communications Group, Inc.; Thomas Crav- 
en Film Corp.; Directors Group. Inc.; Dy- 
namic Films, Inc.; Elektra Film Productions, 
Inc.; EUE/Screen Gems; Farkas Films, Inc.; 
Filmex. Inc.; Filmfair, Inc.; Focus Presenta- 
tions. Inc.; .Allen A. Funt Prods, Inc.; Galfas 
Productions, Inc.. Group Productions: Hen- 
kin-Faillace Productions, Inc.; Henry Jaffe 
Enterprises/ Clayco Films, Inc.; Kim & Gil- 
ford Productions, Inc.; James Love Produc- 
tions. Inc.; Marathon International Produc- 
tions. Inc.; Motion Associates East. Inc.; 
Motion Associates East, Inc.; Movierecord. 
Inc.; MPO Productions, Inc.; Owen Murphy 
Productions. Inc.; Fred A. Niles Communi- 
cations Centers, Inc.; Pelican Films, Inc.; 
PGL Productions. Inc.; The Place for Film- 
making, Inc.; Producing Artists, Inc.; Rose- 
Magwood Productions. Inc.; Savage Fried- 
man Productions. Inc.; Phil Schultz, Produc- 
tions, Inc.; Spectra Films, Inc.; Henry Strauss 
Productions, Inc.; Tele-\'ideo Productions. 
Inc.; TV & Film Graphics, Inc.; The TVA 
Group. Inc.; Leshe Urbach .Associates, Inc.; 
VIAfilm, Limited; VPI, Div. Electrograph 
Corp., WCD, Inc.; Willard Pictures, Inc. 

Associ.\TE Members: ABC Camera Corp.; 
Animated Productions, Inc.; Berkey Video 
Services, Inc. Bonded Service, div. Novo In- 
dustrial Corp.; Camera Service Center, Inc.; 
Cineffects, Inc.; Jerome J. Cohen. Inc.; Du 
Art Film Labs, Inc.; F&B/Ceco, Inc.; Gen- 
eral Camera Corp., Manhattan Sound 
Studios; Mecca Film Laboratories Corp.; 
Movielab. Inc.; Perfect Film Laboratories; 
Precision Film Labs, Inc.; Preview Theatre. 
Inc.; Recording Studios, Inc.; Reeves Sound 
Studios; Charles Ross, Inc.; 
Executive Director: Harold Klein 
Purpose: An organization of professionals in 
the art and craft of motion picture making, 
dedicated to preserving standards of quality, 
service, good practice, ethics and to the de- 
velopment of the industry. The organization. 



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J. Beaudry (Pathe-Humphries of Canada 
Ltd.), Honorary President; Frank A. Young, 
Executive Secretary. 

Directors: Jack V. Gettles (Canawest Film 
Productions); Maxine Samuels (ASP Pro- 
ductions Ltd.); Anton Van de Water (Van 
de Water Films Inc.); Guenther Henning 
(Western Films Limited); David Bier (David 
Bier Studios & Film Laboratories); Frank 
Latchford ( Moreland-Latchford Productions 
Ltd.); Robert C. Crone (Film House Ltd.); 
Frank Tate (Photo Importing Agencies 
Limited). 

Membership: Canadian firms, proprietor- 
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bership (voting). Persons, firms or organiza- 
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Purpose: To promote the common interest of 
those engaged in the motion picture produc- 
tion and laboratory industries in Canada by 
maintaining the highest possible standards in 
the production of motion pictures for indus- 
trial, commercial, theatrical, or television re- 
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quality and use of Canadian private film pro- 
duction and laboratory industries. 2. To en- 
courage all governments and government 
agencies to let more and more film produc- 
tion via tender to private producers, and to 
produce fewer films themselves. 3. To co- 
operate with the Federal Government in the 
launching of the Canadian Film Development 
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FEDERATION OF SPECIALIZED 
FILM ASSOCIATIONS 

Office (of the Secretary): 2, Bourchier 
Street, London, W. 1, England. Telephone: 
01-734-3781. J. Neill Brown, M.A., Secre- 
tary. 

Purpose: The Federation represents and pro- 
motes the interests of all branches of the 
specialized film industry through its con- 
stituent member Associations: (1) Associa- 
tion of Specialized Film Producers represent- 
ing the producers of cinema shorts, docu- 
mentaries, sponsored industrial and Govern- 
ment films. (2) Advertising Film Producers 
Association representing producers of adver- 
tising films for television and cinema. (3) 
British Animation Group representing pro- 
ducers of cartoon, animated diagram, spe- 
cial and model animation films. Each Asso- 
ciation is represented on the Federation 
Council by its Chairman and Vice-Chairman 
and elected representatives. • 

INTERNATIONAL QUORUM 
OF MOTION PICTURE PRODUCERS (IQ) 

Office (of the President): 1214 Elizabeth 
Ave., Charlotte, N. C, 28204, U.S.A. 
Officers: Walter J. Klein (Walter J. Klein 
Company, Ltd.), President; Matt Farrell 
(Matt Farrell Productions, Inc.), Vice-Presi- 
dent; Jack R. Rabius (K & S Films, Inc.). 
Secretary-Treasurer. 

Governors: Walter G. O'Connor (Walter G. 
O'Connor Company ) ; Knut-Jorgen Erichsen 
(Centralfilm A/S, Oslo. Norway); Jack E. 
Carver (JPI. Inc., Denver, Colorado); Walter 
J. Klein, Matt Farrell, Jack R. Rabius. 
Membership: Members include 50 non- 
theatrical motion picture production com- 
panies, situated in 31 marketing areas of the 
United States, plus one company in each of 
Australia, Belgium, Canada. Denmark, Fin- 
land, Germany, Greece, India, Japan, 
Kenya, Mexico. Norway, Portugal, Puerto 
Rico, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, 
Turkey, United Kingdom, and Yugoslavia. 
Purpose: This is an international network of 
non-theatrical producers of films for indus- 
try, government and television. Purposes are 
to assist in the exchange of ideas, informa- 
tion and understanding among its members, 
to broaden the horizon of each member 
through affiliation with member-producers 
located strategically throughout the world; to 
raise the professional standards of non- 
theatrical motion pictures by examples of ex- 
cellence; to share among members new con- 
cepts and technology for the betterment of 
motion pictures; to exchange information on 
personnel, equipment and markets for the 
good of all members; to provide members 
with information on photography and record- 
ing conditions in each area, and to simplify 
and render more productive the operations of 
all members. • 

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SCREEN ADVERTISING 
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Office; 35 Piccadilly, London W.l. Eng- 
land. Cables: FESTFILM LONDON W.l. 
Officers; Jean Mineur and Ernest Pearl, 
Honorary Life Presideiils; Massimo Momig- 
liano. President: Jacques Zadok and Y. Taka- 
hashi. Vice Presidents: B.H. Annett, Director 
General. 

Purpose; To promote and develop cinema 
screen advertising on an international basis; 
to assist in the promotion and trade among 
members of tlie Association by provision for 
distribution facilities and a central information 
service; and by arranging for the exchange be- 
tween members of information for their mu- 
tual assistance. 

1968 Activities: The Association is respon- 
sible for the organization of the International 
Advertising Film Festival. The 15th Interna- 
tional Advertising Film Festival will be held 
during the period June 10-15, 1968, at Ven- 
ice Lido. • 



National Organization of 
Professional Engineers 




THE SOCIETY OF MOTION PICTURE 
AND TELEVISION ENGINEERS 

Headquarters; 9 East 41st Street, New 
York, New York 10017. 
Officers; G. Carleton Hunt (Delu.xe Lab- 
oratories. Inc.), President: Deane R. White 
(Photo Products Dept., E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Co. ) , Executive Vice-President: 
Ethan M. Stifle (Eastman Kodak Co.). Past 
President: William T. Wintringham ( Bell Tel. 
Laboratories, Inc.), Engineering; Vice-Presi- 
dent: Rodger J. Ross (Canadian Broadcasting 
Corp.). Editorial Vice-President: Joseph T. 
Dougherty (E. I. du Pont de Nemours). Fi- 
nancial Vice-President: E. B. McGreal (Pro- 
ducers Service Co.), Conference Vice-Presi- 
dent: Wilton R. Holm (AMPTP), Sections 
Vice-President: Max Beard, Vice-President 
for Education Affairs: William G. Hyzer, 
Vice-President for Instrumentation & High- 
speed Plwtography: Richard J. Goldberg 
(Houston Fearless Corp.), Vice-President for 
Motion Picture Affairs: J. S. Courtney-Pratt 
(Bell Tel. Laboratories). Vice-President for 
Photo Science Affairs: Richard S. O'Brien 
(CBS Television Network) Vice-President for 
Television Affairs: H. Theodore Harding (E. 
I. du Pont de Nemours), Secretary 1967-68; 
Saul Jeffe (Movielab, Inc.), Treasurer 1968 
69; Lewis A. Bernhard, Executive Secretary. 
Local Section Chairmen: Thomas A. Barr, 
4618 Panorama Dr., Huntsville. Ala. 35801; 
Harold P. Bolton, 4000 Ocean Beach Blvd., 
Cocoa Beach. Fla.: John F. X. Browne, Jr., 
2820 W. Maple Rd., Troy. Mich. 48084; 
Harold J. Eady, 15 St. Mary St., Toronto, 
Ont., Canada: Ted Fogelman, 1057 S. Ogden 
Ave., Los Angeles. Calif. 90019; Rober"t O. 
Gale. 343 State St., Rochester. N.Y. 14650; 



MOTION PICTURE & TV ENGINEERS: 

Fred W. Gerretson, 415 2nd St. N.E., Wash- 
ington. D.C. 20002; George F. Golden, 
14708 Dover Ave., East Cleveland. Ohio 
441 12; Allen F. Hilliard, 164 N. Wacker Dr., 
Chicago. III. 60606; Hubert Jenkins, 1600 
Clifton Rd.. N.E.. Atlanta, Ga. 30333; Ed- 
ward Kornstein, 6 Holiday Rd., Waylattd, 
Mass. 01778; William M. O'Rork, 161 Eighth 
Ave. N., Nashville. Tenn. 37203; Arnold C. 
Schieman, 155 58th Ave., Laval Des Rapids, 
Que., Canada: Edgar A. Schuller, 90-05 63rd 
Ave., Rego Park. N.Y. 11374; Burton Smith, 
4075 Transport St., Palo Alto. Calif. 94303; 
Herman Urschel, 947 S. Gilpin St.. Denver, 
Colo. 80209. • 

Chairmen/Smpte Engineering Commit- 
tees; Dr. F. P. Brackett (Technicolor 
Corp.), Color: Arthur J. Miller (Horizon 
Towers North), Film Dimensions: Frank H. 
Riffle (Carbons, Inc.), Film Projection Prac- 
tice: A. Earl Quinn (Kodak), Instrumenta- 
tion & High Speed Photography: James L. 
Wassell (Hollywood Film Co.), Laboratory 
Practice: Roland J. Zavada (Kodak), I6mm 
and 8mm,- Fred Hynes (Todd-AO, Inc.), 
Sound: Dr. Harry W. Knop, Jr. (E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Co. ) , Standards: Richard 
E. Putnam (General Electric), Television: 
F.M. Remley, Jr. (University of Michigan), 
Video Tape Recording. 
Conference: 103rd, Century Plaza Hotel, 
Los Angeles, May 5-10, 1968. 



National Organization 
of Audio- Visual Dealers 



THE NATIONAL AUDIO-VISUAL 
ASSOCIATION, INC. 

National Office; 3150 Spring Street, Fair- 
fax, Virginia 22030. 

Contact; Don White. Executive Vice-Presi- 
dent or James P. Thompson, Vice-President 
& General Manager. 

Membership; A trade association of the 
commercial audio- visual industry; member- 
ship consists of ( 1 ) A-V dealers and film 
libraries; (2) A-V materials' producers; (3) 
A-V equipment manufacturers; and (4) in- 
dependent A-V suppliers' representatives. 
Purpose: The Association was organized in 
1939 to ( 1 ) collect and furnish data which 
will benefit A-V business; (2) improve the 
professional status and business practices of 
the industry; (3) provide business education 
and information; and (4) promote better re- 
lations between A-V suppliers, distributors, 
and customers. 

1968 Activities: The NAVA Convention 
and Trade Show: Sheraton-Park Hotel, 
Washington, D.C, July 13-16. 

Board of Directors; Max H. Rarig 
(Rarig's, Inc.), Chairman of the Board: 
Frank S. Bangs (Frank Bangs Co.), Presi- 
dent: John C. Ellingson (Inland Audio- 
Visual Co.), First Vice President and Presi- 
dent Elect: P. Rav Swank (Swank Motion 



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(CONTINUED FROM THE PRECEDING PAGE 40) 

Pictures). Second Vice President; Alan P. 
Twyman (Twyman Films), Secretary: Boggs 
E. Huff (Allied Sound-Visual Education, 
Inc.), Treasurer. 

Directors-at-Larce: Robert J. Potter (Pho- 
toart Visual Service); August F. Northorn 
(A-V Communications, Inc.); Paul Cox 
(Coast Visual Education, Hollywood); C. 
M. Meserve (A. H. Rice Co.. Inc.. Manches- 
ter, N.H.). 

Regional Directors: A. D. Dunb;u- (Dun- 
bar & deZeng Co. ) ; Nelson C. White (Nelson 
C. White-Ideal Pictures); C. W. Petty (Chris- 
tian Film Service); R. R. Hiller (Midwest 
Visual Equipment Co.); C. Van Henkle 
(Henkic Audio Visuals); Arnold Nored 
(Curriculum of Texas, Inc.); W. M. Sanzen- 
bacher (Audio-Visual Supply Co.); Jacques 
Lambert (La Centrale Audio-Visuelle, Inc.). 

Ex Officio: Robert P. Abrams (Williams, 
Brown & Earle Co., Philadelphia); Harvey 
Marks (Visual Aid Center. Denver); Albert 
R. Bailey (Bailey Films, Inc., Hollywood); 
Don E. Warner (Audiotronics Corp., North 
Hollywood); Mike Swank (Swank Motion 
Pictures, Inc.. St. Louis); C. A. Nichols 
(Newman Visual Education, Inc.); Jerry 
Denbo (Western Audio- Visual Representa- 
tives, San Mateo, Calif.). 

Principal Committees: John C. Ellingson, 
Convention: Ellsworth C. Dent, Educational: 
Mike Swank. Film Council: Robert P. 
Abrams, Industry & Business Council: P. Ray 
Swank, Membersiiip: Hazel C. Sherrill, Nom- 
inating: Harvey Marks, Religious Council: 
Claude C. Laval, Resolutions: Max Rarig, 
Long Range Planning: Ainslie Davis, Techni- 
cal Standards: William Kirtley, Building. 

Publications: The Association's regular bul- 
letin, NA VA News, is published 26 issues per 
year, available to members only. Of general 
interest are: The Audio-Visual Equipment 
Directory: The NAVA Trade Directory, 
coded to show services and products available 
(free on request); The Audio-Visual Speak- 
ers' Guide 1964 (free on request); and Talk 
Is Not Enough, 1962, an A-V utilization 
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CHICAGO FILM COUNCIL, INC. 

Office: 309 W. Jackson Blvd., Suite 100; 
Chicago, III. 60606. Phone: (312) 939-6056. 
Officers: Jerry Curto, Jr. (Santa Fe Rail- 
road), President; Jack Lusk (Modern Talking 
Pictures), Vice President; Gordon Hcmjjel 
(Sterling Movies, Inc.), Secretary; Robert 
Doyle (U. S. Steel Corporation), Treasurer; 
Frank Bronwell (Chicago Cinema Club), 
Program Director. 

Directors: Darryl Miller (American Dental 
Association); Richard Edmundson (Illinois 
Public Aid Commission); William Kruse 
( Audio-Visual Media, Inc. ) ; John Colburn 
(John Colburn Associates); Bernard Mack 
(Filmack Studios); Donald Buck (Coronet 
Films); Robert Konikow (Advertising and 
Sales Promotion ) ; Robert Seipp ( WTTW- 
TV); Dan Bjick (Illinois Bell Telephone 
Company); Ray Hyde (Bell & Howell). 

Purpose: The purpose of the Council is to 
promote, improve, and extend the use of 
films and other audio visual materials for 
commercial, informational, cultural, and 
socially constructive purposes, and to seek 
progressive methods of film production, dis- 
tribution, and effective use of films. • 

THE FILM COUNCIL OF 

GREATER COLUMBUS 

Offices: Center of Science and Industry, 280 
E. Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215, and 
Film Dept., Columbus Public Library, 96 
So. Grant Avenue, Columbus. Ohio 43215. 

Officers: Dr. D. F. Prugh (Director, Frank- 
lin County Historical Society), President; 
Gaivy Gordon ( Public Relations Dir., Col- 
umbus Public Library), Executive Vice- 
President: Mary A. Rupe (Film Librarian, 
Columbus Public Library), Secretary-Treas- 
urer. 

Trustees: G. Roger Cahaney President, 
(Sterling Movies U.S.A.); Dr. Edgar Dale 
( Research Associate of the Bureau of Educa- 
tion, Ohio State University); Carl M. Lenz, 
(President, Modern Talking Picture Service); 
Dr. Robert M. Wagner (Chairman. Dept. of 
Photography. Ohio State University); Charles 
W. Vaughn (Director of Communications 
Arts Department, Xavier University). 

Purpose: To promote a greater interest in 
the production and use of films by schools 
and universities, public service organizations, 
civic groups, and business firms and indus- 
tries. The use of films by these organizations 
in the Columbus area and the state is also 
stressed. 

1968 Activities: The 16th Annual Colum- 
bus Film Festival will take place October 24 
and 26, 1968. This year's Chris Award ban- 
quet will be held at the Fort Hayes Hotel on 

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motion pictures helping 
promote "Travel U.S.A." 
were shown to an esti- 
mated 1967 total audience 
of 7814 million in thea- 
ters, on television and in 
community and school 
group audiences in states 
served by the firm. 

The combined total of 
viewers in these principal 
areas of distribution 
showed an increase of 
nine per cent over the pre- 
vious year, according to 
J. M. Patterson, public re- 
lations director of Ameri- 
can Oil. 

The Happy Holidays' 
series of four 2 8 V2 -minute 
color motion pictures, pre- 
senting highlights of trav- 
el interest in Illinois. 
Michigan, Washington. 
DC. and the Great Smoky 
Mountains, were shown 
on television and to 1 6mm 
audiences: abbreviated 
4 Vi -minute versions of all 
four titles were also giv- 
en extensive TV expos- 
ure. A 35mm theatrical 
release of the Smokies' 
film received extensive 
cinema showings. 

The Smokies short sub- 
ject played 3.347 show- 
days in 1967 to an esti- 
mated audience of 1,673.- 
000. The longer travel 
films were shown to 15,- 
143 community, club and 
school audiences totaling 
774.293 viewers. Televi- 
sion booking of both the 
28 '/2 -minute and abbrevi- 
ated versions accounted 
for 1,853 station requests 
to audiences estimated at 
75,787.000. Modern Talk- 
ing Picture Service, Inc. 
is the exclusive distribu- 
tor of American Oil films 
to TV stations and 16mm 
groups. Paramount Pic- 
tures distributed the the- 
atrical short on the 
Smokies. 

Several of the Happy 
Holiilays' films were pro- 
duced by Parthenon Pic- 
tures, Hollywood; the 
Smokies picture was pro- 
duced by Mattco Associ- 
ates, Inc. Another Mattco 
production. Happy Holi- 
days in the Ozarks. is 
scheduled for a premiere 
in May and will be avail- 
able for bookings shortly. 



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Japanese, European Reaction 
Enthusiastic to Plioto Expo 69 

<~ Industry leaders in Japan, 
Germany, England and France 
have responded enthusiastically 
to the formal presentation of 
plans for Photo Expo "69, rep- 
resentatives of the National As- 
sociation of Photographic Manu- 
facturers reported upon their re- 
turn from trips to Europe and 
Asia. 

Malcom N. Smith, NAPM 
president and president of Argus, 
Inc., flew to Tokyo to present 
the plans to industry leaders and 
the press in Japan. Joseph T. 
Morris, NAPM executive vice 
president, hosted similar meet- 
ings in Cologne. Paris and Lon- 
don. 

Smith reported the Japanese 
were particularly enthusiastic 
about the "Universe of Photog- 
raphy" concept. 

Norris found European execu- 
tives similarly impressed with the 
all-inclusive theme. In addition 
to individual company interest, 
Norris reported that a joint West 
German government-industry in- 
stitutional exhibit was under con- 
sideration. "It seems certain that 
such an exhibit will be staged at 
Photo Expo," he reported, "al- 
though its exact nature has not 
been determined." 

Similar interest in industry- 
government sponsored exhibits 
was found in Great Britain and 
France. Among the trade organ- 
izations represented at the meet- 
ings were the Camera Industries 
of West Germany, West German 
Photographic Manufactur- 
ers Assn., Cologne International 
Fairs, Photographic Chemical In- 
dustry Assn., West German Fine 
Mechanical & Optical Industry 
Assn., Syndicat General des In- 
dustries Photographiques, British 
Photographic Manufactur- 
ers Assn., and British Photo- 
graphic Export Group. • 



Honorary "Dr. of Stagecraft" 
Degree Given W. T. "Doc" Cook 

•» An honorary "Doctor of 
Stagecraft" degree, recognizing 
more than 35 years of producing 
and staging such General Elec- 
tric events as Association Island 
Meetings, Share Owner Meetings 
and management conferences was 
presented to W. T. "Doc" Cook 
at the 1968 General Managers 
Conference at Belleair, Fla., re- 
cently. 

The "degree" was signed by 
Fred J. Borch, GE president and 
chief executive officer; G. L. 
Phillippe, chairman of the board; 
J. Stanford Smith, vice president 
and group executive. Information 
Systems Group: Ralston B. Reid, 
general manager. Advertising and 
Sales Promotion; and Ray W. 
Bonta, manager, Audio-Visual 
Communications. 

Cook's unique contribution to 
industrial showmanship and the 
field of communication was rec- 
ognized and praised by Borch at 
the final session of the Florida 
Management Conference. 

Cook retires March 1 after 
many years as manager of stag- 
ing of the GE Audio-Visual 
Communications Section, Adver- 
tising and Sales Promotion De- 
partment. • 



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Dept. Formed By Eastman Kodak 

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formed a government markets 
services department as part of 
its marketing general-manage- 
ment staff. 

The new department will pro- 
vide specialized staff assistance 
to the company's various domes- 
tic marketing divisions and to 
the Customer Equipment Services 
Division, in matters pertaining to 
government business. 

Robert D. Schulz, formerly 
manager of Kodak's government- 
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Wall Street waives "no cameras" rule for crew with NPR. 



For their hour-long documentary 
special "Wall Street." sponsored by 
Xerox and screened by ABC Televi- 
sion, Wolper Productions obviously 
needed to shoot the action on the 
trading floor of the Stock Exchange. 
But because a Hollywood feature 
crevi/ shooting there with its cranes, 
lights and cables had previously 
caused a drop in trading, the Gov- 
ernors of the Stock Exchange had 
ruled that cameras would never 
again be allowed in there. 
They had since made an exception : 
Life magazine had been allowed to 
send a still photographer onto the 
floor with a Leica. Wolper told the 
Governors that sync-sound film 
footage could be shot with a 
camera no more obtrusive than the 



Leica, that no lights, tripods, clap- 
sticks or AC power would be 
needed, and that business would 
not be interrupted. 
The Governors were sceptical; so 
Wolper took an NPR and a Nagra to 
the office of the Stock Exchange's 
President. The Wolper cameraman, 
wearing a dark suit, demonstrated 
that the NPR could be carried in 
one hand like a briefcase, that it ran 
in total silence and that he would 
need no other equipment. So the 
Governors gave their permission, 
and "Wall Street" got made. 
Anywhere you can go with a brief- 
case, you can go with the NPR. You 
get blimp-free silence in a camera 
that weighs only 20 pounds. You 
also get precise reflex viewing. 



registration-pin movement, steady 
shoulder-resting, a rotating two- 
lens turret, a constant-speed motor 
with sync-pulse generator and auto- 
matic clapper; and. of course, a 
five-second magazine change. May 
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Gordon Enterprises, Mark Armistead and 
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NEWS OF STAFF APPOINTMENTS & A-V INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS 



elected President of Sterling Mo- 
vies. Inc., according to an an- 
nouncement by Charles F. Dolan. 



Pepper Named Head of Ford's 
Film and Communications Dept. 

•i; Johna Pepper has been named 
manager of a new Film and Elec- 
tronic Communications Depart- 
ment on Ford Motor Company's 
Public Relations staff. 

The new department combines 
radio and television news and 
feature activities, formerly head- 
ed by Pepper, with motion pic- 
ture production and distribution. 

Before joining Ford, Pepper 
was director of remote shows for 
NBC's "Wide Wide World." • 
* * * 

Crane Heads Perfect Film Lab 
Operations on Long-Term Pact 

■5^ Robert G. Crane, vice-presi- 



dent of operations, has signed a 
new long-term contract with Per- 
fect Film Laboratories, Inc. 

Crane wUI continue to over- 
see operations at all four of 
the Perfect facilities — 54th 
Street and 106th Street in New 
York and in Colorado Springs 
and Los Angeles. 

Perfect Film Laboratories, 
Inc., one of the nation's largest 
cinema laboratories, is a subsid- 
iary of Perfect Film and Chem- 
ical Corporation. Manhasset. New 
York. • 



Cahaney Elected President, 
Director of Sterling Movies 

•m G. Roger Cahaney has been 



G. Roger Cahaney 

president of Sterling Communi- 
cations. Inc., the parent compa- 
ny. 

Cahaney was also elected to 
the board of directors of Sterling 
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Provato to Direct Audiovisuals 
at the Wilson Harrell Agency 

it Leonard I. Provato has been 
named to the newly created post 
of audio-visual supervisor at the 
Wilson Harrell Agency of West- 
port. Conn., according to How- 
ard Markoff, executive vice 
president. 

Previously self-employed and 
an instructor at the Famous Pho- 
tographers School, Provato has 
won several awards for his work 
in the Connecticut area and fre- 
quently serves as a judge in local 
photo competitions. • 

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Dean Coffin to Head Western 
Sales for MPO Repeater Div. 

"r Dean Coffin has been ap- 
pointed western regional sales 
manager of the repeater pro- 
jector division of MPO Vide- 
otronics. Inc. His appoint- 
ment is the result of ex- 
pansion of Videotronic S 
sales activity on the West 
Coast 

Coffin has 25 years experi- 
ence in marketing and com- 
munications, having served as 
a vice president at Jam Han- 
dy in Detroit and Wilding in 
Chicago during his career. He 
has directed more than 30 
stage productions and written 
two novels. 

In his new assignment, he 
will be headquartered at 
MPO Hollywood. 800 N. 
Seward St.. in Hollywood. • 

Prigozy Named Engineering 
VP at Robins Industries 

iv Stephen Prigozy has been 
elected vice president-engi- 
neering of Robins Industries. 
Corp. His responsibilities will 
include Genarco. Inc.. the 
Robins subsidiary that manu- 
factures spot lights, slide pro- 
jectors and other high inten- 
sity carbon arc light sources. • 
* * * 

Marshall Named Ampex VP 

* Nathaniel M. Marshall has 
been named vice president, 
marketing, industrial and edu- 
cational products for Ampex 
Corporation's consumer and 
educational products division. 
Marshall will be responsi- 
ble for marketing closed-cir- 
cuit videotape recorders, tele- 
vision cameras and associated 
Ampex video equipment. • 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



Industrial Film Division of 
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World in Focus 

Business Film Trends Abroad Reported 
by Robinson P. Rigg, European Editor 

Britain's Economic Problems are forc- 
ing on the trend towards motion pictures 
which contain direct messages for audience 
groups with specific interests and employ un- 
complicated production techniques. Sponsors 
need to achieve greater penetration with their 
communication methods and business film 
producers are working out ways of tightening 
up production schedules so as to produce 
more films quicker, but without loss of quality. 

A number of recent events illustrate a new 
sense of purpose in sponsored films. 

Within weeks of devaluation, the British 
National Export Council staged a series of 
conventions held simultaneously throughout 
the country to advise small manufacturers 
how to take advantage of the situation. 

Two Films Help to Keynote Presentations 
At each meeting the keynote presentations 
were on film — Action "68 to motivate the 
businessmen, produced by Michael Forlong 
in 48 hours from camera to projector and 
Small Boats a six-minute cartoon film pre- 
senting the facts about devaluation and export 
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National Export Council, in film prologue . . . 

Studios in a record time of five days from 
storyboard to screen. 

As guest speaker at the annual meeting of 
the Incorporated Advertising Managers As- 
sociation, representing Britain's major adver- 
tisers, I was asked many questions about the 
cost effectiveness of sponsored films — and 
it was clear that advertisers are taking a cold 
hard look at budgets and they need to see 
evidence of results if they are to include mo- 
tion pictures in their campaigns. 

"Cost Per \'ie«er-Iniprcssioii " of Films 

Fortunately the evidence is there — col- 
league Jane Senior of Business Screen's 
London office recently analysed a selection 
of public relations and motivational films ac- 
cording to a formula she describes as "cost 
per viewer-impression". Sponsors have wel- 
comed this approach because it breaks away 
from direct comparisons between the produc- 
tion costs of film and the other media and 




Explaining principles of export trade to tu.si- 
ncs.stnen /.v nii-ssion of "Small Boats" .sponsored 
Inj the British National Export Council. 



falls in line with other cost effectiveness 
formulae — cost per 1,000 for Press, audi- 
ence ratings for TV and percentage response 
for Direct Mail. And it takes into account 
the plus factors of motion pictures. 

An important result of her accounting was 
that Brian Cox PRO of the Midland Bank 
Group confirmed her estimated cost per 
viewer-impression of about 20 cents. He is 
supported by Midland Bank General Manager 
Linton who recently said "I had always con- 
sidered that film was an expensive way of 
communicating with people — but I was 
totally wrong." 

A Cost Formula for Sales Promotion Films 

Another cost formula, to establish a ceiling 
budget for sales promotion films shown ex- 
clusively by company representatives to in- 
vited audiences or in customers" offices has 
been discussed by the British Industrial and 
Scientific Film Association. This is based on 
the estimated value of each member of the 
audience in terms of the cost of a representa- 
tive"s time when visiting them in their offices. 

Audiences are really under the microscope 
and all sponsored film libraries report that 
the demand for sponsored films is rapidly out- 
stripping the supply. Sound Services report 
that in 1967 nearly 20 million people saw 
films borrowed from the library and a Busi- 
ness Screen spot check in February revealed 
that 1,400 films had been dispatched in a 
single day — and this was by no means a rec- 
ord this year. 

Sound Services Ships 2,000 Titles Daily 

Significantly the Sound Services' library 
claimed that the demand from audiences was 
for over 2,000 films a day, every day of the 
year and they notified sponsors each month 
of the extra prints required to meet require- 
ments. (A survey carried out in 1966 by the 
British Industrial Film Association revealed 
that the median number of prints needed for 
British audiences was 30 per title — and the 
demand has increased by over 30% since 
that date.) 

One of the reasons for the sudden increase ' 
in demand is acceptance of film by students 
as a prime source of information. Britain has 
also witnessed an explosion in the number 
of universities and colleges since World War 
II. Todays students are impatient to absorb 
knowledge and they find film covers many 
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- Animation Table Top 5330-71. .Muminum table top 
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I CdNTINUED FROM THE PRECEDING PAGE 50) 

subjects not yet covered by works of reference. 

Other important people use films as source 
material. Listen to Peter Hobday, deputy edi- 
tor of The Director one of Britain's most in- 
fluential business journals" 
"..../ use film as a source material. If I am 
HTiting about a certain industry I find it im- 
mensely useful to see a range of films made 
by that industry, at one sitting, to get a feel 
of the subject before I go to talk to the heads 
oi the companies that sponsor them." 
Screenwriters Guild Honors Sponsored Films 

Finally, the Screenwriters Guild have hon- 
oured two sponsored films with major awards 
this year: — Dead Safe, sponsored by Mill- 
bank Films for Imperial Metal Industries is 
made to encourage good safety habits in 
hunters when handling shot guns — and Good 
as Gold made by Guild House Films for Hovis 
bread to encourage housewives to use more 
bread in preparing party snacks. 

It certainly looks as though sponsored films 
in Britain are really going to get out and sell 
ideas and products — and at the same time 
maintain the production values which has 
gained them more Grand Pri.x at the Inter- 
national Industrial Film Festivals than any 
other nation. • 

* * * 

Confravi.'iion Brin^infi British Businessmen 
Face to Face with Audiovisual Format 
The General Post Office (GPO) in Great 

Britain is currently testing a new business 



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communication system, called Confravision, 
which may be made available for pubUc serv- 
ice in the 1970s. 

Confravision uses closed-circuit television 
links between studios which the GPO plans 
to establish in major English cities. Business- 
men of a London firm who wish to hold a 
'"meeting" with their opposite numbers in 
Edinburgh will go to a local studio at an 
agreed time while the Edinburgh contigent did 
the same. 

As planned and currently being tested, each 
studio would have a conference camera which 
can be trained on one, three, or fi\e partici- 
pants seated at a large desk-like table. An- 
other camera is positioned behind a translu- 
cent screen opposite the desk. Diagrams, 
charts, sketches and the like can be drawn on 
this and viewed at the remote studio as they 
take shape. 

In addition, facsimile transmission and re- 
ceiving equipment and a photocopier are in- 
stalled in an anteroom so that documents can 
be transmitted in advance of the actual con- 
ference. 

Simple switches enable users to control the 
cameras and desk microphones. A control box 
is used to switch in the blackboard camera, 
switch off the sound or to switch in a tape 
recorder. 

The studios are acoustically treated to in- 



sure intelligibility and the voice levels of a 
normal discussion are easily picked up. 

The lighting in the studio is from the ceil- 
ing, providing sufficient illumination, without 
discomfort, for good picture rendition. 

Because the system is still in the research 
stage, the GPO has not yet determined final 
tariff costs for use of the service. \ isitors to 
the trial studios are asked to fill out question- 
naires giving their opinions about the applica- 
tions and potentials of the service. 

If the service proves viable, the first links 
will probably be between two or three large 
cities. Also under consideration is the possi- 
bility of large users establishing studios in 
their own offices, eliminating frequent trips 
to the GPO studios. • 

* * * 
National Film Selections to be Made as 
Europe Prepares for International Festival 

;r National industrial film selections to be 
entered in the eight official categories of the 
9th International Industrial Film Festival, 
opening in \ ienna, Austria on September 23, 
are being scheduled all across Europe in the 
coming months. 

Members of national Confederations of 
Industry within such countries as Britain, 
France, Germany, Italy. Holland, Italy (mem- 
bers of the Confederation of European In- 
dustrial Federations (CEIF) are competition 
hosts. In Britain, the British Industrial and 
Scientific Association is assisting that coun- 
try's industry group in the selections. • 



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Consolidated Eastman Kodak 
Report Shows Records for '67 

-■ Eastman Kodak Co. sales and 
earnings reached new highs in 
1967, according to William S. 
Vaughn, chairman, and Louis 
K. Eilers, president. 

For the first time since 1938, 
the report consolidated the busi- 
ness of Kodak companies world- 
wide, with results of previous 
years recast on the same basis. 

Sales for 1967 were $2,391.- 
542,000, 1 1 per cent above 

1966. Net earnings for the year 
were $352,257,000, up $5.6 mil- 
lion, or two percent, from the 
1966 total. This equalled $4.37 
per common share versus the 
$4.30 per share in 1966. Eilers 
and Vaughn noted that despite 
the economic uncertainties of 

1967, "sales and earnings ad- 
vanced to record levels, marking 
more than a decade of uninter- 
rupted growth. Photographic sup- 
plies, equipment and related 
items generated sales of $1,952 
million, an increase of 12 per- 
cent." 

Kodak reported expenditures 
of $200 million (more than any 
previous year) to augment exist- 
ing plants, to modernize produc- 
tion methods, and to build new 
manufacturing and marketing 
units in the U.S. And, an addi- 
tional $52 million was spent out- 
side the U.S. for additions re- 
placements and improvements. 

Looking to 1968, with guard- 
ed optimism, Vaughn and Eilers 
said, "Barring the development 
of unexpected trends or events 
that could restrict general busi- 
ness activity, we look to 1968 
as a good vear for Kodak." • 



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A- Republic Corporation recent- 
ly reported that its first quarter 
net earnings from operations 
were the highest ever in the his- 
tory of the company, gaining 
97% over last year. Republic 
is the parent company of Con- 
solidated Film Industries, one of 
the nation's leading film pro- 
cessors. 

Republic net earnings for the 
quarter ending Jan. 31, 1968, 
were $1,579,000 compared with 
restated earnings of $799,000 in 
the same period last year. Re- 
public's net sales for the quarter 
were $24,062,000, 26% above 
the same period a year earlier. • 



HoUand-Wegman Labs Acquire 
Labcraft International Corp. 

t'r Holland-Wegman Laborato- 
ries, Buffalo, have acquired Lab- 
craft International Corp., in 
Cleveland, Ohio. The facility at 
4019 Prospect Ave., is now being 
operated as a wholly-owned sub- 
sidiary of Holland-Wegman. 

Robert F. Blair, president of 
Labcraft until its acquisition, has 
retired from operational respon- 
sibilities and has been retained 
as a consultant by Holland-Weg- 
man. 

The largest processor of pro- 
fessional motion picture film in 
Ohio processes and prints color 
and black and white film for the 
industry throughout the midwest 
and south. 

HoUand-Wegman, founded in 
1952 is a subsidiary of the Ni- 
agara Frontier Services, Inc., 
Buffalo, a diversified company 
with annual sales of more than 

$42 million. • 

* * ^ 

MPO Videotronics Sales Top 
$15 Million During Fiscal 1967 

•ft- MPO Videotronics, Inc. re- 
cently announced total sales of 
$15,276,225 for the fiscal year 
ending October 31, 1967. This 
compares with sales of $14,642,- 
191 for the previous year. 

MPO earnings after taxes were 
$375,236, after deducting the 
company's after tax loss of 
$57,073 from a discontinued 
joint venture. 1967 earnings 
equalled 81 cents per share. Last 
vear's net income after taxes was 
$238,568 which included $14,- 
672 profit from discontinued 
joint venture. 1966 earnings 
equalled 51 cents per share. • 

* * * 

* At the annual board of di- 
rectors meeting of MPO Video- 
traonics. Inc., which followed 
the recent annual shareholder's 
meeting, a ten percent stock divi- 
dend was declared. 

The dividend is payable Apiil 
1 2 to shareholders of record on 

March 25. • 

* * * 

Superscope Earnings at High. 
Fifty Percent Dividend Declared 

A Superscope. Inc., U.S. dis- 
tributor for Sony tape record- 
ing equipment, recently an- 
nounced a 32.5 percent increase 
in after tax earnings for the fis- 
cal year ended Dec. 31, 1967, 
and a 50 percent stock dividend 
payable April 5 to stockholders 
of record on March 20th. 



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"But Thoreau said 
the important 
thing... when the 
telegraph was 
strung from 
Maine to Texas: 
Nobody aslts 
whether the 
people of Maine 
have anything to 
say to the 
people of Texas... 



"Multi-national 
corporations... 
have created 
an interwoven 
network of 
communications... 
developing means 
for peoples... 
getting to know 
each other... 
exchanging 
loyalties... 
cultural 
interest... 
as well as 
knowledge and 
technolo0..." 



"Workers now see 
what other workers 
are doing... 
their iobs... 
their standards 
of living... 
so they begin to 
attain the 
same goals..." 



"Spectacular 
advances in 
communication 
responsible for 
this revolution 
of rising 

demands perhaps 
offer our best 
hope of meeting 
these demands...' 



"30 years ago... 
no magazine had - 
3 million 
circulation... 
today 16 do. 
We are dealing 
increasingly 
with a better 
educated and 
younger audience. 
This whole 
country is 
getting younger." 




I couldn't care 
less whether 
you think the way 
I think as long 
as you know the 
way I think... 
The only thing 
I know for sure 
is the fact that 
an idea can't 
die... is valid..." 



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N.Y. Bar Assn. Using A-V's to 
"Test Your Legal Knowledge" 

^ The New York State Bar As- 
sociation is using a new exhibi- 
tion booth focusing on the themei 
"Test Your Legal Knowledge" 
using color and black and white 
films on questions on the law foi 
laymen. 

The Committee of Public In-r 
formation of the Association ist 
using the exhibit to augment its 
public education program. The 
exhibit booth consists of an 8- 
minute film consisting of 28 
questions and answers on the law 
for laymen. Every other questioti 
is illustrated by a filmed situa- 
tion and narrated by a back- 
ground voice. Alternating ques-j- 
tions are displayed on a Fairchildc 
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movie projector and are answer-- 
ed through a set of four telephone ; 
handsets. 

The film was produced by. 
Dew Productions of Rochester, 
N.Y., and included 16mm TV 
spots and news footage. The 
George W. Colburn Laboratory; 
of Chicago prepared the final; 
8mm prints. 

According to Kurt Wachen- 
heim. director of information, 
"The film presentation served 
5,000 audience participators dur- 
ing a premiere 7-day showing 
and its success has caused us to 
consider future expansion in 
other than the 'Test Your Legal 
Knowledge' program." • 



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vate industry and distributed on 
a free-loan basis to schools, 
groups and associations through- 
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8.8 million persons at group 
showings, and an estimated 3.8 
million persons saw them on tel- 
evision. 

The ten most popular films 
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of times they were shown are: 
Copper, the Oldest Modern 
Melal (14.503); California and 
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The Petrified River (story of 
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Lead, from Mine to Metal 
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The films were shown a total 
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pared with 194,000 times to 10 
million persons a year earlier. 
This is the sixth successive an- 
nual increase for Bureau of 
Mines films. 

197,507 Showings in '67 
Four new films were put into 
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Today: Nevada and Its Natural 
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Matrix. Five other new films are 
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* * * 

Rocket, Training Services, Inc. 
Form E/W Working Association 

■sV Rocket Pictures, Inc., Bur- 
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Jersey, have formed a working 
relationship "to supply business 
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training services available." 

Under the agreement. Rocket 
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visual programs for business, will 
represent Training Services in 
California, while Training Ser- 
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supervisory and executive train- 
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According to Dick Weston, 
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the experienced and knowledge- 
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South Pacific Area Exchange 

2221 South Olive St., Los Angeles. California 
900(17. Phone: 213-749-0377. Linwood P. Bea- 
com, Ma'iagrr. 

Canada 

Association-Industrial Films, 135 Peter Street, 
Toronto, Ontario. Mrs. Jean Lewis, Vice-Presi- 
ilenl ;ui<l Ceneral Mgr.; James Bach, Safes Mgr. 

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Backgroind: Founded in 1911 (as "The YMCA 
Motion Picture Bureau." a division of the Inter- 
national Committee of the YMC.\'s), Associa- 
tion Films was the first sponsored film distribu- 
tor in America. In 1949, the company was in- 
corporated as an independent distribution serv- 
ice. 

Services: Promotion and Publicity: Promotes 
sponsored films through catalogs, special sup- 
plements (directed to teachers and program 
chairmen), advertising in educational and adult 
journ:ils, individual lilm brochures, exhibits at 
conventions, publicitv services. Print Inspection 
and Maintenance: prints are electronically 
cleaned :uid inspected after each use; repairs 
are made as needed and replacement prints 
ordered on sponsor's authority; scratched prints 
are given Perma-New treatment, as authorized; 
during the first 30 months of print life Associa- 
tion Films shares in replacement costs due to 
damages. Monthly Reports: sponsors receive 
detailed performance reports (IBM) which give 
audience size and composition; film-user evalua- 
tions and comments; course of study where film 
was used; bookings and showings (current, year- 
to-date, and cumulative); summarv of coverage 



ASSOCIATION FILMS INCORPORATED: 

by States; and other data about performonce 
and audiences. Programming Services: confirma- 
tion and advance bookings notices are sent to 
users and sponsors on a daily basis; bookers 
assist organization in arranging programs and 
special distribution concepts (Movie-.\-Week. 
Films for Freedom, etc.) Librar>' Service Plan: 
a professional "physical handling" service for 
sponsored film libraries that provides all regular 
services except promotion, as desired) and in- 
cludes Sponsor Imprinted forms. 
Associ.ATiox Telefilms: This division is re- 
sponsible for the distribution of sponsored films 
to commercial and educational TV stations. It 
maintains daily contact with TV programmers, 
creates sponsored-film series and special con- 
cepts, prepares TV promotion kits, publicizes 
sponsored films in "T\' Guide" and local news- 
papers and distributes newsclips and scripts to 
TV news departments. Current .AF-TV series in- 
clude: Kyle Rote's World. Discovering America, 
Films for Freedom, Your Neighbor — Tfic 
World, Theatre 30, Achievcinent , World in 
Focus and This Aerospace Age, all comprised 
of sponsored films. 

Theatrical Distribution: Through the book- 
ing services and facilities of Theatrical Film 
Distributors Association Films places sponsored 
films in motion picture theatres. Monthly re- 
ports, comment cards and advance booking 
notices are provided; promotion is sent to 
theatres and 31 e.xchange-city bookers; pubhcity 
stores are sent to theatrical trade magazines. 
Association Instructional Materlvls: This 
division of Association Films handles the sales, 
long-term leasing and rental of educational, 
training and special purpose films and filmstrips. 
This division made several acquisitions in 1966, 
including sales, rental rights to more than 150 
episodes from the award-winning series. The 
Twentieth Century; Fair Adventure, a lecture 
series on Shakespeare featuring Dr. Frank Bax- 
ter; CBS Reports; and The Ryan Athletic In- 
structional Series, sports training films produced 
by Dr. Frank Ryan and offered to schools 
tlirough local bank sponsorship or by direct pur- 
chase. 

Association Materl\ls Mailing Service: a 
new service for mailing, storage and servicing of 
consumer information and educational materials; 
processes shipping of booklets, catalogs, premi- 
ums and giveaways; records and tapes; fulfil- 
ment .specialties. MMS has fiicihties for weigh- 
and and metering; packaging; labeling, inven- 
tory control and delivery. • 



FILMS OF THE NATIONS DISTRIBUTORS INC. 

305 E. 86th Street, New York, N.Y. 10028 
Phone: (212) .348-7600 
Cable: Cliftofilm/New York 

(for address reference only; listing 
data not received on three requests) 



THE JAM HANDY ORGANIZATION, INC. 

Head()uarters Office: 

2821 E. Grand Blvd.. Detroit, Mich. 48211 

Phone: (313) TRinity 5-2450 

John A. Dietrich, in charge. Film Distrihulion 
Services: Theatrical and non-theatrical distri- 
bution throughout the U.S.A. Promotion devel- 
opment, detailed monthl>' utilization and re- 
action reports to sponsor, specialized hy-yield 
mailing lists, and personalized action based on 
over 50 years of experience. Special seniccs for 
non-theairical films include shipping, electron- 
ic inspection and storage. • 




National 

Distributors 

of the 

Sponsored 

Motion 

Picture... 



18TH PRODUCTION REVIEW 
SPECIAL REFERENCE REPORT 



^>' this s\mbol over a distributor's 
listing in these pages refers to display advertis- 
ing in this 18th Annual Production Review. 




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NATIONAL DISTRIBUTORS OF SPONSORED FILM 






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MODERN TALKING PICTURE SERVICE, INC. 

Headquarters Office: 

1212 Avenue of tfie Americas, New York, 

New York, 10036 
Phone: (212) 765-3100 

Carl H. Lenz, President 

W. H. MacCallum, Excctitwe Vice President 
R. M. Hough, Vice President-Sales 
George V'ickers, Secrctanj & Treasurer 
Harr\- liogaards, Vice President-Production; 

Assistant Secretary 
Richard H. Rogers, Vice President, 

Theatrical Division 
Fontaine Kincheloe, Vice President, 

Advertising and Promotion 
W. M. Oard, Vice President-Operations 
James McPoland, Operations Supervisor 

MODERN LEARNING AIDS 
Div. of Modem Talking Picture Ser>ice, Inc. 
1212 Avenue of the Americas, New York, 

New York 10036 
Phone: (212) 765-3173 
James Renko, National Sales Manager 
Modern Marketing Programs 
1212 Avenue of the Americas, New York, 

New York, 10036 
Phone: (212) 765-3100 

Karl M. Kuechenmeister, in charge 
Harold Belkin 

NATIONAL SALES OFFICES 
Eastern Division Sales at New York: 
1212 Ave. of the Americas, New York, N.Y. 
Phone: (212) 765-3100 

Ralph Del Coro, Vice President, Eastern & 

Southern Sales Divisions 
Bnice Thomas: Gordon Re>Tiolds 

National Sales Offices: at Pittsburgh: 
910 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, Penn. 15222 
Phone: (412) GRant 1-9118 
D. P. Konn\-, in Charge 

Central Division S.^les 
1909 Prudential Plaza, Chicago, III. 60601 
Phone: (312) DElaware 7-3252 

Dan Kater, Vice President, Central & Western 

Sales Div. 
Jack Lusk; Edwin Swanson 

Western Division S.ales 
at Los Angeles: 
1717 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, Cat. 

90028 
Phone: (213) HOllywood 2-2201 
W. M. MacCallum, Executive Vice President 
at San Francisco: 

16 Spear St., San Francisco, Cal. 94105 
Phone: (415) Yt'kon 2-9414 
Robert A. Kelley, in Charge 

SoiTHERN Division Sales 
200 Little Falls St., Falls Church, Va. 22046 
Phone: (703) 532-0450 
Jack Lalley, Vice President 

Canadian Sales 
1943 Leslie St., Don Mills, Ontario, Canada 
Phone: (416) 444-7359 
C. Lynn Meek, in Charge 



Background: The outgrowth of a pioneering 
program in the field of talking motion pictures 
bv Electrical Research Products, Inc., a sub- 



MODERN TALKING PICTURE SERVICE: 

sidiary of the Western Electiic Co., fomied in 
1927 at the birth of the commercial sound mo- 
tion picture medium. Modern Talking Picture 
Service first emerged as the non-theatrical de- 
partment of that compan%-. An earK- pioneer in 
the licensing and operation of portable pro- 
jection service for industry, etc.. Modem's pres- 
ent trade name was adopted by its licensees in 
1935 and Frank Arlinghaus, then of ERPI, was 
placed in charge of this growing acti\it\'. Mod- 
ern became an independent corporation on 
Julv 1, 1937, under the owTiership and man- 
agement of its distribution employees. 

Channels of DiSTBiBLmoN: Modem represents 
over 700 organizations from industrv, com- 
merce and the professions. Corporate and pub- 
lic infoniiation films are circulated to both 
general and specific groups through diverse 
channels of distribution in the U.S. and Canada, 

Community Groups and Schools; Over a mil- 
lion bookings are made each year to nearly 200 
thousand communit\' groups and schools. This 
\oIume is handled through a network of 33 re- 
gional exchanges located in Anchorage, Alaska 
(811-8th .Ave,); Atlanta, Ga. (714 Spring St,, 
N,W,); Boston, Mass. (1168 Commonwealth 
Ave,); Buffalo, N,Y. (1122 W, Chippewa St); 
Cedar Rapids, la, (129-3rd Ave., S.W.); Char- 
lotte, N. C. (501 N. College St.); Chicago, 111, 
(160 E. Grand Ave.); Cincinnati, Ohio (9 Gar- 
field Fl.); Cleveland, Ohio (2238 Euchd Ave,); 
Dallas, Tex. (1400 Slocum St.); Denver, Colo, 
(922 Bannock St.); Detroit, Mich, (14533 Sec- 
ond Ave,); Harrisburg, Pa. (928 N, 3rd St.); 
Honolulu, Hawaii (742 Ala Moana Blvd.); 
Houston, Tex. (4084 Westheimer Rd.); In- 
dianapolis, Ind. (102 E. Vemiont St.); Kansas 
Citv, Mo, (3718 Broadwav); Los Angeles, Calif. 
(1145 N. McCadden Place); Memphis, Tenn. 
(214 S. Cleveland St,); Milwaukee, Wis. (1696 
N. Astor St.); Minne;ipolis, Minn. (1114 Nicol- 
let Ave.); New Orleans, La. (715 Girod St.); 
New York, N.Y. (1212 Ave. of the .Americas); 
Omaha, Neb, (1410 Howard St,); Philadelphia, 
Pa. (1234 Spruce St.); Pittsburgh, Pa. (910 
Penn Ave.); St, Louis, Mo, (201 S. Jefferson); 
San Francisco, Calif, (16 Spear St,); Seattle, 
Wash. (2100 N, 45th St.); Summit. N,J. (315 
Springfield -Ave.); Washington, D.C. (927-19th 
St. N,W,); Don Mills, Ontario, Can.ada (1875 
Leslie St.); Montreal, Canada (485 McGill St.). 

Television; TV stations make regular use of 
sponsored films and seven of Modem's regional 
exchanges have a print inventor)- and TV staff 
to serve the needs of stations in their area. 

Theatrical: Movie houses use entertaining 
sponsored shorts to supplement their feature 
film programming. The 35mm prints are han- 
dled through theatrical exchanges located in 32 
cities from coast to coast. 

Resort Cinema: Through this operation, prints 
are circulated to indi\idual resorts and motels 
in a given circuit. The films are assembled into 
programs and delivered to the resorts by Mod- 
ern representatives. In all, a total of 1500 re- 
sorts are covered by a nationwide, network of 
40 circuits, 

Skvport Cin'ema: .\nother of Modern's inno- 
x'ative extensions of non-theatrical distribution 
maintains free movie lounges in major aii-port 
teriniiKiIs. Films provide waiting pa.ssengers 
with continuous entertainment and information 
for ten hours each da\- in Atlanta, Cincinnati. 
Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, Honolulu, K.insas 
Cit\-, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh ;md Seattle, 

Norm.\l antj Special Services; For sponsors 
utilizing its service, the company promotes, 
ships, cleans, repairs, maintains and stores their 
films. Additionally, it counts audience attend- 
ance, records their cHimments and furnishes the 
sponsor a monthly tabulation. Extensive d;ita 



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SPONSORED FILM DISTRIBUTORS: 

MODERN TALKING PICTURE SERVICE: 

processing facilities and equipment for promo- 
tional printing are maintained at New York 
headqnarters. All regional libraries are equipped 
for electronic film inspection and handling. In 
addition, .Modem can distribute and help create, 
supplemental material for certain films. Thus,. 
at a very nominal cost, a sponsor can greatly 
increase the impact of his message. 
Modern Leaeninc. Aids: In 1960, Modemi 
established its Modem Learning Aids Division' 
to distribute educational films for purchase, 
subscription rental, and lease-to-buy. MLA 
handles the film series developed by; CHEM 
Study; ESI for PSSC; Mathematical Association 
of America; American Meteorological Society; 
and many others. 

Modern Marketing Pbograms: Modern's new- 
est division handles the sale and rental ofi 
business training programs to industry. It 
presenth- handles films on professional foodi 
preparation and service, retail selling, and nurs- 
ing aides. An extensive library of U. S. Govern- 
ment medical films on 8mm cartridges are abo( 
available tliiough this division. 



ROTHACKER, INC. 
Rothacker Building, 241 West 17th Street,/ 

New York, N.Y. lOOU 
Phone: (212) 989-2929 

Douglas D. Rothacker Jr., President 
W. Stanfield Cooper, Vice-President 
Merrill E. Laub. Vice-President 
Mavme R. Dawson, Secretartj-Treasiirer 
Gaylord M. Cavallaro, Service Manager 
Background: Established in 1910 as the Roth- 
acker Film Manufacturing Co., pioneer producer 
and distributor of sponsored films, the organiza- 
tion was subsequently reorganized as Rothacker, . 
Inc., and is currently engaged in specialized | 
business film distribution throughout the world. 
Services and Operations: Distribution of spon- 
sored business films through theatricid, non- 
theatrical and television outlets is handled from 
the New York office and the various distribu- 
tors throughout the United States and Europe. 
Emphasis is put upon reaching exactly the aiidi-i 
ence the sponsor v\ishes to reach no matter how 
specific or how general that audience ma\- be; 
and this individual approach is accomphshed 
through separate promotional campaigns, audi- 
ence selection, publicity and physical handling 
done on a separate basis for each film. A gen- 
eral catalogue is not published since each title 
receives an exclusive handling, thus assuring the^ 
sponsor of more complete identification and a 
closer tie-in with his film. Prints are all hand- 
inspected, sound-read, cleaned and repaired and 
a complete record maintained on condition of 
each print. An individual print breakdown with 
classification is always avaikible and print life- 
time guarantee is a part of the sei-vice. Monthly 
exhibition reports sent with full infomiation of 
each showing. Special questionnaires and per- 
sonal attend.inee at screenings pro\ide addition- 
al infomiation and can be keyed to supplement 
companies' other public relations efforts. 
Foreign Distribution: In addition to full cover- 
age throughout the United States and Canada, 
Rothacker, Inc., offers international distribution 
service for Europe and the Orient. The main 
basis of operation is from Germany with other 
distributors located in England, France, Scandi- 
na\ ia, the Benelux countries, Italy and Switzer- 
land. The foreign distribution is handled in 
basically the s.-mie manner as the domestic with 
special emphasis on audience selectivity and a 
high standard of the circulation of each film 
title. As tliis type of activity continues to grow 
througiiout Europe, the number of outlets in 
specialized categories continues to rise. • 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



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"A Song of Arthur", Metropolitan Life's llgfit-hearted musi- 
cal about a weighty problem — overweight — Is now playing 
In leading theaters in the top markets of the country. It's 
got what it takes to "go theatrical." Light bright story. Lilt- 
ing lyrical score. Top production values. Association Films 
— through its new AF/35 division — Is placing "Arthur" 
where the people are — In selected, first-run, long-run and 
suburban theaters. 



Selectivity Is the key word in theatrical distribution. It 
means picking and choosing theaters with great care and 
arranging playdates with appropriate feature films. 

It also means a pattern of release — or play-off — that 
will provide sponsors with the highest — and most selective 
— audience potential. Se/ectiVity is the word. Association 
Films is the key. 



According to the Motion Picture Association of America, 
"The future of the industry looks very promising indeed 
. . . increases in attendance are coming from the most 
dynamic segment of the public, the young, better-educated 
adult." The coupon can tell you how to reach this dynamic 
audience through theaters'. 



Association Films, inc., 600 Madison Ave., New York 10022 



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600 Madison Avenue, New York. N.Y. 10022 



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NATIONAL DISTRIBUTORS OF SPONSORED FILM 



STERLING MOVIES, INC. 

Executive Office: 

375 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) 586-1717 

Roger Cahaney, President 
Sophie C. Hohne, Senior Vice President 
Jolm P. Hudak, Vice President. Administration 
Vincent [. Capuzzi, Vice President, Accmint 

Services 
Joseph Silvermintz, Comptroller 

Creative Programming Services 
375 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: 586-1717 

Edward Atwood, Vict' President, General 
Manager 

Television Presentations, Inc. 
(Closed Circuit Division) 
375 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) 586-1717 

Morton y. Fink. Vice Pres.. General Manager 
Wilhani Troy, Vice President, Sales 
Ira G. De Lumen, Executive Producer 

NATIONAL SALES OFFICES 
Eastern Region 

375 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) 421-9666 

Sophie C. Hohne, Vincent Capuzzi, Michael 
J. McCurdy, Stanley Zeitlin, Jerry Patter- 
son, George Wisker 
Washington, D.C. Sales Office 

1750 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. 20206 

Phone: (202) 298-5980 



Ward French, Vice President, Regional 

Manager 
Midwestern Region 

69 W. Washington St., Chicago, HI. 60602 
Phone: (312) 939-6056 
Frank J. Havlicek, Senior Vice President, 

Regional Manager 
Gordon ]. Hempel, Vice President 
Western Region 
6290 Sunset Roulevard, Los Angeles, Calif. 

90028 
Phone: (213) 467-3739 

Ralph Rafik, Vice President, Regional 
Manager 

Canadian Sales Office 
Sterling Movies Canada 
4980 Buchan Street, Montreal 9, Quebec 
Phone: (514)737-1147 
John Lush, Manager 

Regional Film Exchanges 

Eastern (Headquarters) Exchange: 43 West 61st 
St., New York, N.Y. 10023. Phone: (212) 586- 
1717 William Rosenberg, Creative Services; 
Margo Barrett, Promotion Department: Barbara 
Bartlett, Television Dept.; Melvin Schreibman, 
16mm Dept.: John Saitta. Data Proee.'iS Depart- 
ment. Midwestern Regional Office: 309 West 
Jackson Blvd.. Chicago, IlUnois 60606. Phone: 
(312) 939-6056. Gordon J. Hempel, Mana- 
ger; Kathy Peil, TV Coordinator 

Southwestern Regional Office: 100 University 
Ave., Fort Worth, Te.x. 76107. Phone: 332-7184 
AC; 817, 1. L. Miller, Manager; Western Re- 
gional Office: 6290 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, 
Calif. 90028. Phone: (213) 464-2656, Ralph 



Rafik, Regional Manag,cr, Heather Forsyth, 7'V 
Coordinator; Canadian Office: 4980 Buchan St., 
Montreal 9, Quebec. Phone; (514) 737-1147, 
John Lush, Manager. 

Seb\'ices: National, regional and special-market 
distribution of sponsored motion pictures to the 
following audiences; Television stations, motion 
picture theatres, business and professional audi- 
ences, general adult audiences, colleges and 
universities, high schools, elementary schools. 
Services include audience promotion and pub- 
licity, print inspection and maintenance, month- 
ly activity reports, quarterly inventory reports, 
special audience analyses. Other programs; 
Spon.wr's Service, nation-wide system of servic- 
ing bookings arranged by sponsor; Library Serv- 
ice, nation-wide system of servicing film pro- 
grams under sponsor's identity; Promotion Serv- 
ice, audience development sen'ice in which 
bookings are serviced bv sponsor. Creative Pro- 
gramming Services, creation and syndication of 
informiitional programming materi;ds for public 
media; television, radio, theatre. Television: 
Netv.i-Screen, 60-second sponsored news film 
stories for TV news programs; TV Tempo, 
quarter-hour film participation program of five 
2/2 minute stories released bi-mcnthly; Tele-Lec- 
ture, infer\iew fomiat for placing business and 
industiy spokesmen on local TV programs. 
Radio; Radio Tempo, quarter-hour participa- 
tion program of four 3)5 minute stories, released 
monthh'. Con.Mine Culling, inten'iew format 
for placing business and industry spokesmen on 
local radio programs. 

The.atre; Cavalcade, 10-minute, 3.5mm, color 
participation film series of five two-minute 
stories. Four releases per year. 

Television Presentations; Closed circuit divi- 
sion. Planning, creative and production services 
in preparing programs for closed-circuit TV dis- 
tribution. Distribution of live and videotape pro- 



GOTHAM FILM PRODUCTIONS INC. AND 
SEYMOUR ZWEIBEL PRODUCTIONS INC. 




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American Telephone & Telegraph Company 

Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. 

First National City Bank 

W. T. Grant Company 

Kimble Systems, Inc. (div. of Litton Industries) 

New York Telephone 

J. C. Penney Company, Inc. 

(among others) 



... IN THE AREAS OF PERSONNEL TRAINING, SALES PROMOTION AND PUBLIC RELATIONE 
WITH MOTION PICTURES, SLIDEFILMS, RECORDINGS AND SUPPLEMENTARY AIDS 

ELEVEN EAST FORTY-FOURTH STREET, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10017 • (212) MU 2-445i 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 




The Competitors. 



He's a film inspector at Sterling Movies. His job is to see 
,hat your film reaches its audiences in the best possible condi- 
ion. 

With him is the industry's most advanced electronic film 
nspector. Sterling has them in all its shipping exchanges. No 
me else does. 

He uses the most complete inventory records in the busi- 
less to do his job. He can give you a print-by-print inventory 
md condition report in just 24 hours. 

His H.-\i!UALD MARK IV solid-state inspector picks up all 
<inds of defects, counts splices, adds footage. It warns him if 
1 splice is about to break, alerts him when sprocket holes are 
rtting too big. detects small tears that will soon become big 
mes. 

His HARWALD is the only inspection machine equipped 
vith an electronic liquid print conditioner.* It protects prints 
igainst scratches, reduces brittleness in older ones, "greenness" 



in new ones. Lubricates film for easier, trouble-free passage 
through projectors. 

He uses his harwald to add years to the life of prints 
you place in our care. Better care means less damage, longer 
life. Less replacement footage. Far better return on your print 
investment. 

Only at Sterling Movies. Where people compete with 
equipment to do a better job for you. 

'Prolfcl-O-Filnt^ The Harwald Compan-. 




NEW YORK : 375 Park Ave. 
WASHINGTON. DC: 1750 Penn Ave 
CHICAGO: 69 West Washington 
LOS ANGEIXS : 6290 Sunset Blvd. 
MONTREAL: 4980 Buchan St. 



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These are just a few of the pictures processed by the optical printing con- 
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Research, this past year, has processed over 200,000 feet of blowups 
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m IMPROVED COLOR: Scene-to-scene color and density corrections of 
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from 16mm to 35mm give a sharper and cleaner picture, 

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SPONSORED FILM DISTRIBUTORS: 



STERLING MOVIES INCORPORATED: 

gram.s: Programming and operation of closed- 
circuit TV "networks" for conventions, seminars, 
sales meetings. Planning and installations of 
closed-circuit system for intercompany use. • 



UNITED WORLD FREE FILM SERVICE 

An Activity of Universal Education 

and Visual Arts 

Headquarters Office: 

221 Park Avenue, S., New York, N.Y. 10003 

Phone: (212) SPring 7-6600 

James M. Frane\', President 

jilurray Goodman, Vice-President, Castle 

Packaged Films 
John D. Desmond, Vice-President, Distribti- 

tion Services 
Donald Freeberg. Director, Advertising & 

Sales Promotion 
Edward S. Riley. Director of Purchasing 
Leo Guelpa, Director of Research 
Richard Lukin, Executive Producer 
Frank ]. Gilhaus, Manager, Branch Opera- 
tions 
Alan G. Roberts, Director, Sponsored Film 

Department 
Murray Ashwill. Manager. Educational Films 
Department 

New Youk Region'.^l Are.-^ 
221 Park Ave.. New York, N.Y. 10003 
Phone: (212) SPring 7-6600 
R. Hunnewell. Manager 

Chicago Recion.^l Abea 
425 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, 111. 60611 
Phone: (312) DEarbom 7-1100. 

Los Anc;eles Recio.n'.\l Area 

1025 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 
90038 

Phone: (213) HOIIywood 5-5136 

Charles McGrattv, Manager 

Portland Regional .\re.\ 

5023 N.E. Sandy Blvd., Portland, Ore. 97213 

Phone: (503) ATIantic 1-9732 

Stephen Tuckman. Manager 

Atlanta Regional Area 

287 Techwood Drive, Atlanta, Ga. 30313 

Phone: (404) JAckson 3-6201 

J. Hunt, Manager 

Dallas Regional Area 

6434 Maple Ave., Dallas, Texas 75235 

Phone: (214) FLeetwood 2-1830 

P. Howard, Manager 
Background: United World Films was or- 
ganized in 1946. It is part of the Music Cor- 
poration of America, which includes Universal 
Pictures, Universal Citv Studios, Inc., Decca 
Records, Inc., and MCA-TV, Inc. In 1949 
United World Fihus purchased the Bell & 
Howell Film-O-Sound library which was the 
largest film library operating in the United 
States. In 1946 United also purchased outright 
Castle Films, the largest producer and distribu- 
tor of Sinm and 16mm sound and silent mo- 
tion pictures. 

Services; Since its organization. United World 
Films has distributed sponsored films for in- 
dustry. Distribution is conducted for non- 
theatrical, television and tlieatrical audiences 
through 43 distribution offices located through- 
out the United States. United also produces and 
distributes classroom teaching films to the na- 
tion's .schools. It makes available on 16mm film 
all of its own company (Universal) feature 
theatrical titles along with selected features 



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UNITED WORLD FREE FILM SERVICE: 

from Paramount and J. Arthur R;uik. Demand 
for its films comes from clubs, business organi- 
zations, colleges, universities, high schools, 
women's organizations, agricultural groups, etc. 
These audiences are constantly increasing and 
United uses this source of fresh new audience 
contacts for distributing their clients' spon- 
sored films. In the distribution of their clients' 
.35mni sponsored films. United utilizes the 
theatrical knowledge, experience and contacts 
of Universal Pictiues, its parent company. By 
reason of its affinity with MCA, United has 
the added opportunit\ to be in constant con- 
tact with the program departments of tele- 
vision stations throughout the coimtry. These 
contacts are used b\- United in arranging show- 
ings for its clients' films. 

PnoMOTioN .-^N'D Publicity: United not onlv 
produces ind'vidual advertising and brochures 
for each of their clients' pictures, but also has 
available the e.xtra advertising exposure via 
listings in other film catalogs produced bv the 
companv and distributed to 16mm audiences. 
United maintains booths and exhibits at the im- 
portant convention and audio-\'isual demonstra- 
tion centers throughout the world. 
Print Services and Maintenance: Because it 
is part of a professional motion picture distribu- 
tion organization. United maintains the highest 
standard of inspection. Prints are inspected and 
cleaned utilizing the latest electronic equipment. 
Scratched prints are repaired under a special 
film coating process. United also shares in the 
cost of replacing any prints damaged during 
the early years of distribution. 

Film Users Evaluation Reports: Certified at- 
tendance report forms are supplied to the client 
on e\'er>' showing. 

Monthly Reports: The sponsor receives de- 
tailed performance reports which suppK' audi- 
ence information by tyjje and size. A detailed 
recapitulation of the cumulative total audience 
is supplied each month together with informa- 
tion on number of showings, bookings and the 
like. 

Television Department: This department spe- 
ciahzes in the distribution of client sponsored 
films to commercial and educational TV sta- 
tions utihzing TV station contacts of MCA. 

Theatrical Film Department: Through this 
department, aiTangements are made for quality 
theatrical distribution dates utilizing the exper- 
ience and theater contacts of the parent firm. 
Universal Pictures. The latter compain h,is had 
over .50 years experience in theatrical distribu- 
tion and was the first organized motion picture 
company in the industry. United also makes ar- 
rangements for its sponsored clients through its 
film editing staff to produce .35mm prints from 
existing 16mm prints via a special process. 
These 3onim prints are thereafter exhibited in 
the nation's theaters. Professional advertising is 
employed bv United in the exploitation of its 
clients' films in the theatrical distribution. 

Non-Theatrical Division: Clubs, organiza- 
tions, colleges, universities, men's and women's 
groups, high schools, agricultural groups, etc. 
are but some of the audiences supplied to their 
clients by this division of United. Film showings 
are arranged, advance booking notices supplied, 
monthK' reports and recapitulations utilizing au- 
tomatic business machines. 

.Sponsoh-Cener.ateo Di.sTRinuTios: Wliere a 
client wishes to solicit and obtain bookings him- 
self. United provides the ph\sical handling, in- 
spection, storage and distribution of such films 
utilizing its professional experience and facili- 
ties. Additional services include "custom" pro- 
motion and national research can also be ob- 
tained under this type distribution. 



"Custom" Services; United produces a "cus- 
tom" service which includes promotional kits 
supplied (umler a special contract service with 
its client) by United to each film audience. 
This gi\es the sponsored client the added pub- 
lic relations effect surrounding each local com- 
munity film distribution. It is accomplished !«• 
United's publicity division and advertising staff 
which prepares special news releases, film 
guides, ad\ertising mats and special posters for 
use by local film exhibiting audience. 

Nation.^l Research Facilities: United has 
engaged a national research organization on a 
perniar.ent basis for the purpose of conducting 
a detailed research on questi(3ns of importance 
and interest to its clients. Such things as prefer- 
red length of films, content and the like is ob- 
tained from audiences throughout the countr)'. • 



Overseas Distributors 
of Sponsored Pictures 



INFORFILM 

Headquarters Office : 

147 ave. dc rHippodrome, Brussels .5, 

Belgium 
Phone: 47.10.03-47.28.77 

|an Botermans, General Secretary 

MEMBER COMPANIES 

Belgium: Sofedi, 147 avenue de I'Hippodrome. 
Brussels 5. 

Canada: Modern Talking Picture Service, 1943 
Leslie Street. Don .MOls. Ontario. 
Denmark: Erhverveues Film Center, 22 Kobma- 
gergade. Copenhagen. 

Finland: Filmivhtinia Ov, Kaisaniemenkatu 13A, 
lleksinki. 

France: Cefilm, 31 a\'enue Pierre ler de Serbie, 
Paris 16. 

Germany: Konferenz der Landesfilmdienste, 
Rheinallee .59, Bad Godesberg. 
Great Britain: Sound-Services Ltd., Kingston 
Road, Merton Park, London S.W. 19. 
Italv: Difi, \'ia G. L. Lagrange 9, 00197 Roma. 
Japan: Educational Film Exchange, 3 Ginza 
Nishi: 6-Chome, Chuoku, Tokvo. 
Netherlands: Technical Film Center, Stadhou- 
derslaan 152. The Hague. 

New Zealand: The H. J. Ashton Companv Ltd., 
Box 884 1, Auckland. 

South Africa: Lidependent Film Centre South 
Africa (PTY), P.O. Box 11112, Johannesburg 
Spain: Teletecnicine Intern,acional Distribucion, 
Desengano 12, 4°, Of. 3. Madrid 13. 
Sweden: Swedish Council for Personnel Admin- 
istration. Sturegatan 58. Stockholm O. 
Switzerland: Schm.alfilm Zentrale, Erlachstr 21, 
Bern. 

United States of America: Modern Talking Pic- 
ture Service. 1212 Avenue of the Americas, New 
York, N.Y. 10036. • 

ASIA TELEFILMS 

No. 1-1-24 Viveknagar, H>derabad-20, India 
Phone: 36112 

D. M. Saprn, MA, FBES, Cliairman 
Miss S. Neelima, Executive Director 
N. Mohan, Manager, Films Distribution Dcpl. 

Services: Distribution of sponsored industrial, 
educational, commercial films and TV shorts. 
tra\'elogs and features, newsfilms and special 
events co\'erage, • 



RANK FILM LIBRARY 

Aintree Road, Perivalt, Grccnford. Middx. 
Phone: Pcrivale 6666 
Cables: Gebescope-Greenford 

A. R. Hodge, Executive Director 
A. H. Hall, General Manager 
L. Fiancis. l-'ilin Sale^ Manui^er 

D. R. Pluck, Film Hire Sales Manuncr 
Background; The largest 16mm film distribu- 
tion librarv in Europe, founded in 1933. spe- 
cializing in entertainment, education and in- 
dustrial training films. 

Services: The Library provides distiibution 
facilities for sponsored films, with special ar- 
rangements for promotion on behalf of sponsors 
outside the British Isles. Service studio for for- 
eign language narration and dubbing, titling, 
editing ;ind print production. Publishes a "Spon- 
sored Film Catalogvie" and a quarterU- "Film 
.News" distributed to each address on mailing 
list. 

SOUND SERVICES LIMITED 

Kingston Rd., Merton Park, London S\V 19 
Phone: Liberty 7201; Tel: Servisound 

H. S. Hind, .and 

E. S. Morden, /o/)i( Managing Directors 
M. J. Nichols, Film Librartj Manager 

Services: In its 32nd year, Sound Services' dis- 
tribution is NCR Elliot computer-controlled, 
providing rapid and accurate dispatch, retrieval 
and report facilities for some 450 clients. Full 
hbrary senices include promotion, shipping, 
maintenance, insurance and storage of films, 
backed by regular monthK- reports on attend- 
ance and audience characteristics. Specialized 
promotion to selected audiences is also avail- 
able. Road show campaigns include projection 
facilities for non-equipped groups. Sales promo- 
tion, other meetings are arranged and services 
throughout England and Europe. 

TECHNICAL FILM CENTRE 

152 Stadhonderslann, The Hague, 
Netherlands 

Phone: The Hague 55.S3.00; Cables: TECH- 
FILM 

K. T. Blaauw, Manag'uij^ Director 

L. de\'ries. Managing Director 
Services: A service to industrs-, commerce and 
education in the fields of distribution, produc- 
tion and utilization of films, filmstrips, etc. 
Sponsored film distribution; production of sound 
filmstrips and slides; sales of audiovisual equip- 
ment. .Artwork studio; filmstrip laborator\'. .\ 
free-loan film librar\' is run as part of the gen- 
eral lending librar\- service. Promotion through 
catalogues, a inonthh' magazine, press releases, 
direct mail. MonthK' reports on utilization of 
films. Maintenance, storage antl handling. Dutch 
and foreign hmguage dubbing in TFC sound 
studios. Member ot Infnrfilm. 

INT'L INDUSTRIAL FILM FESTIVAL: 

(CONTINL'ED FrO-M ThE PRECEDING P.\GE 19) 

trial film medium that this event is truly the 
foremost showcase of the special-purpose motion 
picture in the world today. 

CEIF has been understandably reluctant to 
broaden its participation horizons beyond Eu- 
rope's boundaries hut it is fervently hoped that 
the continued ;icceptance of a Irulv broad view- 
point will bring to this competition not only the 
best of Europe's industrial films but also those 
of other lands. Not the least ol the events which 
take place arc the discu.ssion sessions in which 
world views on the film medium arc aired. At- 
tendance by leading figures in production and 
sponsorship and coverage hy the European press 
are another noetworihy p'us lactors. • 



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DEPARTMENT OF 
AGRICULTURE 

Office of Information 

Motion Picture Service 
Washington, D. C. 20250 

• The Motion Picture Service of the USDA 
produces motion pictures in color and black-and- 
white on agricultural and related subjects for 
\arious agencies within the Department and, 
nil occasion, for other Government agencies. 
Piuduction and laboratory services are also 
.n lilable on a cooperative basis with land grant 
colleges and universities. 

.Martin Lobdell. Chief Motion Picture Service 

Phone: DUdlev 8-6072 
Homer Boor, Producer 

Phone: DUdley 8-3628 
Judd Scott, Producer 

Phone: DUdlev 8-6518 
Gilbert Courtne\, Producer 

Phone: DUdley 8-3319 
Joseph Sanders, Chief, Business Mdriagement 

Phone: DUdley 8-7263 
Arthur Foster, Chief of Laboraton/ 

Phone: DUdlev 8-6747 
James E. .■Mford, Chief of Distribution 

Phone: DUdley 8-5246 
Mrs. Anne Ware, Sfoc^' Footage Librarian 
Phone: DUdley 8-3629 

AcTi\TnEs: The USDA currently has more than 
300 films in distribution with an estimated audi- 
ence of 380 million persons. These films co\er 
such subjects as conservation, forestry, agricul- 
tural research, insect eradication, control of ani- 
mal diseases, consumer information, rural area 
development, nutrition and marketing. Maintains 
an extensive 16mm color stock footage library of 
agricultural scenes which are for sale at nom- 
inal cost. 

Facilities: The USDA Motion Picture Service 
has complete in-ser\ice production and labora- 
tory facilities which have been in continuous 
operation since 1912. 

DiSTHiBVTiox: Films for school and group show- 
ings are distributed through 69 cooperative film 
libraries located in each state. Films for T\' 
bookings are distributed directK- from Washing- 
ton, and prints of most films ma\- be purchased 
from DuArt Film Laboratories, Inc., 245 W. 
55th St., \ew York, \.Y., 10019. Catalogues 
are available of motion pictures, films suitable 
for T\' showing, state produced films and of 
stock footage scenes. 

Publications: Two catalogs contain complete 
listings of USD.\ motion pictures; one of these 
provides data on films for general 16mm distri- 
bution; the other lists films available for public 
service showings by tele\ision stations. 



UNITED STATES 
ATOMIC ENERGY 
COMMISSION 
Division of Public Information 
Audio-Visual Branch 
Washington, D. C. 20343 
• The Audio-Visual Branch of the Atomic En- 
ergy Commi.ssion has as its primary function 
responding to requests from the public media 
in all the audio-\ isM;il fields for assistance in the 
preparation of films, stills, and other audio-vis- 
ual materials on atomic energy. 

Edwin L. Wilber, Branch Chief 

Phone: (.301) 973-5365 
Elton P. Lord, Deputi/ Chi<-f 

Phone: (.301) 973-5476 
Sid L. Schwartz, A.«.v(. to the Chi<i 

Phone: (301) 973-42.39 
James E. Westcott, Photographer-Editor 

Phone: (.301) 97.3-5476 
Ion Fogel, T/V-Badio Specialist 

Phone: (301) 973-4483 



18th PRODl'CTION REVIEW 



ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION: 

Activities: This branch plans and carries out 
fikn, T\', radio and still picture projects to ad- 
vance specific Commission Programs, and acts 
as ad\isor to Commission and contractor per- 
sonnel in Washington and nationwide on_audio- 
visual problems and projects. In 1967, 27 films 
were produced bv the Commission and its con- 
tractors; about 20 films are planned for 1968. In 
addition, T\' clips and radio tapes are produced 
bv the Commission and contractors every year. 
This branch also places Commission- and con- 
tractor-produced motion pictures into loan and 
commercial sale' channels, determines the con- 
tent of the 10 domestic and 8 overseas film li- 
braries, and issues popular-level and profession- 
al-level fibn lists. 

Facilities: AEG has no motion picture produc- 
tion facility or motion picture iaborator>-. but 
uses Gox'eriiment and/or commercial services. 
Distribution: AEG operates an 8,000 still 
photo librar\', is setting up a 35mm color slide 
library, and distributes 9800 prints through 10 
domestic film libraries which cover particular 
geographical areas. All films are for free-loan. 
Each librar\- has about 350 titles (popular, semi- 
technical, and technical levels). The Commis- 
sion also has four overseas libraries at its offices 
at the U. S. Embassies at London, Brussels, 
Tokyo and Buenos Aires, stocked with semi- 
technical and technical films, and also supplies 
films to the film librarx- of die International 
.■\tomic EnergN Agenc\- in \"ienna. The .Ameri- 
can Film Librar\-. The Hague, Holland. The 
National Science Film Libran.' of Canada, The 
Puerto Rico Nuclear Center, and to USIS-Stock- 
holm for use throughout Scandina\ia. The Brus- 
sels and Buenos .i^ires libraries have about 80 
films each in French and Spanish respectiyelv. 
Information on libraries available from Wash- 
ington office. 

Stock Foot.\ge: The Commission has more 
than 120.000 feet of 35mm black-and-white un- 
edited film footage on peacetime uses of atomic 
energv available for purchase. Information mav 
be obtained from Washington office. Color stock 
footage is also available from any of the com- 
pleted documentary films produced by or spon- 
sored b\' the government. Films may be bor- 
rowed from libraries in geographical areas for 
footage coinits prior to purchase of duplicating 
materials from the various laboratories holding 
the originals. Unedited stock film footage in 
black-and-white and color on nuclear or thermo- 
nuclear detonations sold at Lookout Mountain 
Mr Force Station. USAF. 8933 W'onderland 
.■\ venue, HoIKuood, California 90046. 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
A\ashington, D. C. 20230 

• The V. S. Deiiarlment of C:i)mmerce pro- 
duces and circulates motion pictures d(':ding 
«ith those domestic and foreign subjects rekit- 
ing to the offices under the jurisdiction of Ibis 
Department. 

Business & Defense Service Administration 

Saul I'.iilwo, D'nclDt 

Sricntilic. Photojirapliic and IUi\inr\s 

Equipment Division 

Phone: 967-3518 
Eari Young, Motion Picture Anah/sl. Motion 

Picture & Photonraphic Products Branch 

Phone: 967-2911 

• The Motion Pictine and Photographic Prod- 
ucts Branch of this Division serves the motion 
picture, nhotogiaphic. and aud>o-visu;d e<|uip- 
ment and supplies industries. Us primary func- 
tion is to foster, promote, and develop th'> 
foreign and domestic tr.ade of these industries. It 
provides market development counsel to pro- 
ducers and exjiorters on where and how to 
cultivate and exp:UMl their sales. It parlicipalcs 
in tariff and tr;ide negotiations, maintains in- 
fonnation on foreign trade trends, and period- 



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.Agriculture, The Department of . . .75 

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.Arm)', Department of the 78 

.Atomic Energy Commission, The . ,75 

Commerce, The Department of ... .75 

Defense, The Department of 76 

Federal .A\ iation .Agency, The .... 92 

Cieneral Services .Administration . . 82 

Health, Education and Welfare .... 82 

Information Agency. The U. S. ... 94 

Interior. Department of The .... 86 

Library of Congress, The 90 

Navy, Department of the 80 

Peace Corps, The 96 

Post Office DeparlnionI, Ihe 92 

Transportation. Department of ....92 

'Treasur> Department, The I'. S. .94 




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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: 
icali> i.ssues basic trade statistics on U.S. ex- 
ports and imports of photographic goods. The 
Branch acts as a focal point for industry with 
reference to advice and guidance to other agen- 
cies and use of other agency facilities. 

Environmental Science 
Services Administration (ESSA) 

Stanle\- B. Eanies, Director of 

Public Information 
George A. (Jeff) Baker, Radio/ TV /Film 

Officer 

I'lione: (301) 496-8243 

• ESSA estabhshed a centrahzed film develop- 
ment office within the Office of Public Infor- 
mation in 1966 to administer and supervise the 
production of informational and educational 
films for all components of the Agency. Film 
and tape spots, short and special features for 
both radio and TV also are under the direction 
of this office. A new informational film on 
tornados, to replace an older production on 
this subject, is scheduled for release in the 
earlv spring of 1968. Other old films on the 
earth sciences also are slated for updating and 
reissuance. 

The development of new films and an expand- 
ed stock footage library are in the blueprints 
for this office. ESSA's film library now com- 
bines films formerh' distributed b\- the U.S. 
Weather Bureau, the U.S. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey and the Ionospheric Radio Propagation 
Laboratorx- of the Bureau of Standards. 

Direct inquiries about these films to: En- 
xironmental Science Services Administration, 
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Washington Science 
Center, 6001 E.xecutive Blvd., Rockyille Md. 
208.52. Attention ADI33. 

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE 

Office of Public Affairs: Directorate for 

Defense Information— Audio-Visual Division 

The Pentagon, \\ ashington, D. C. 20301 

• This Division is the central Armed Forces 
contact for news media and producers in the im- 
portant fields of radio, television, still pictures 
and motion pictures. Direct contacts on national 
and international release matters in these fields 
arc: 

Norman T. Hatch, Chief, Audio-Visual Divi- 
sion 
Phone. O.Xford 7-4162 

CDR Edward F. Boeder, USN, Chief, Audio- 
Visual Productiouf,- Branch 
Phone: O.Xford 7-09,5.5 

Lt. Col. Daniel M. Hill. USAF, Chief, Audio- 
Visual News Branch 
Phone: OX 7-5111 

Activities: The Audio-\'isual Productions 
Branch approves release of Armed Forces stock 
footage which cainiot be piocured commercially 
for nevvstilin telexision programs, theatrical pro- 
ductions, etc. The Branch cooperates with pro- 
ducers of some 35 major theatrical productions 
:ind 10-12 TV series featuring or relating to the 
Armed Forces. Information on .Armed Forces 
films available for public non-profit showing or 
cleared for public service T\'' programs can be 
obtained from the Audio-Visual Productions 
Branch. 

The Audio-\^isual Ne\vs Branch releases ap- 
pioximatelv 300 (2-3 minute) subjects to the 
T\'. new'sfilm and theatrical newsfilm media 
annually. It maintains two small Pentagon stu- 
dios for servicing the news media and radio pro- 
grams, which feature iritei'views with top De- 
fense officials. In addition, the Audio-Visual 



THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE: 

News Branch releases taped and filmed mes- 
sages by Secretaries and Service Chiefs, pro- 
vides ad\ice and guidance to documentary film 
and T\" producers on military subjects. 

The Branch also releases to the press and tele- 
vision approximately 2,000 photographs per 
year. 



Armed Forces Institute of Pathology 

Medical Illustration Service 

Washington, D. C. 20305 

Morris M. Goldberg, C^ii'ff, Medical 
Illustration Service 
Phone: 576-2866 
John A. Ey, Jr., Asst. Chief, Medical 
Illustration Service 
Phone: 576-2867 
James N. Young, Chief, Training, Aids 
Divi,<!ion 

Phone: 576-2865 
Miss Dais>- B. Howze, Chief, Audio-Visual 
Support Center 
Phone; 576-2864 
Activities: This Institute makes or supervises 
films for the .Armed Forces on medical subjects. 
Facilities: In-house capability, and contracts 
through Office of the Chief, Communication- 
Electronics. 

Disthibution: AFIP operates a U.S. Army Au- 
dio-Visual Support Center for medical films. The 
Institute procures and loans films for the Medi- 
cal SeiA'ices of the Aimed Forces. Unclassifii il 
films are axailable to members of the medical 
profession, with borrowers paying return post- 
age. For information about available films, wTite 
the Siiper'ntendent of Documents, Government 
Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 20402 and 
refer to Tlw Film Reference Guide for Medicinr 
and Allied Sciences. 

Directorate for Armed Forces 
Information and Education 

Paul |. Miuclock, Chief. Motion Vielure 

Division 

Phone: O.Xford 4-4943 
Dallas Hal\er.stadt, Assistant Chief 

Phone: OXford 4-4944 
George A. Gallixan, Chief, i\ewsiilm Branch 

Phone: OXford 4-4605 
Harold H. Phelps, Audio-Vimal Specialist 

Phone: Oxford 4-4943 

• This office produces and distributes infoiina- 
tion films for the use of the Armed Forces. 
Films are distributed through the film exchanges 
of each service, through on-base theaters, and to 
.'\rined Forces T\' networks in overseas loca- 
tions, 

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE 

The Pentagon, \\'ashington, D.C. 

• The U.S. Air Force produces approximately 
400-500 reels of film each \ear by contract with 
commercial producers or in-service. These films 
are used b\' all levels of management for edu- 
cation, training and infonnational briefings. 
Activities: Headquarters, USAF at the Penta- 
gon, W:ishirigton, D.C. The management focal 
point within the Air St:iff for all photograpliic 
and closed circuit television policy is the Audio- 
\'isual Systems Division, Directorate of Opera- 
tions. Complete address is: 

Hq. U.S. Air Force 

AFXOTB 

Washington, D.C. 20330 

The ke\' personnel in charge of the program are; 
Lt. Col. Mayiiard Y. Binge 
Lt. Col. Lewis S. Clement, Jr. 
Col. .Alterio Gallerani will become 
Division Chief in April, 1968. 



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audio-visual programs 
of the U.S. government 

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE: 
This office is responsible for determining or 
validating requirements for all Air Force mo- 
tion pictures and insuring that the capability 
exists within the Air Force to either prociu-e 
them by contract or produce them in-service In 
this respect, they monitor the Aerospace Audio 
\'isual Ser\ice. a technical service under the 
Mililarv Airlift Command. Complete address is: 
Hq MAC (MA.\PD\") Scott AFB. Ill 62225. 
The key personnel in charge of the program 
are: Lt. Col. Robert J. Arblaster. The Aerospace 
Audio-Visual Service is directly responsible for 
producing or procuring films, adequate photo- 
graphic documentation of the total Air Force 
mission and distribution of release prints. The 
complete address is Aerospace Audio-Visual 
Service. Orlando AFB Fla. 32813. Col. William 
Barksdale is the Commander. Specific infonna- 
tion concerning the ser\'ice of AAVS or its com- 
mercialK- produced motion pictures mav be ob- 
tained from: Col. Donell Hjoring, Deputy Chief 
of Staff, Operations, ,\.\VS. Orlando AFB Fla. 
32813. 

F.\cinTiEs: Complete motion picture production 
facilities located at the 136.5th Photographic 
Squadron, Orlando, AFB, Florida, and at the 
13.52nd Photographic Group, Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia, support .^ir Force-wide production re- 
quirements. 

1350th Motion Picture Squadron, AAVS, 
Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, is responsible for 
contract procurement and commercial produc- 
tion of Air Force films. The 1350th Motion 
Picture Squadron also maintains the USAF Film 
Depository, a film archive with historical and 
current film footage. 



The Air Force Film Library Center, St. Louis, 
Mo., distributes Air Force films and related 
visual aids to Air Force units and other agen- 
cies all over the world. The distribution to Air 
Force units is accomplished primarily through 
film libraries in German\-, Japan, Alaska, the 
United Kingdom and appro.ximately 140 base 
film libraries. 

The AAVS is documenting Air Force activities 
worldwide through a unit in Southeast Asia and 
widely dispersed photographic flights and de- 
tachments. It is also pro\iding audio-\isual serv- 
ices to a number of Air Force major commands 
and agencies around the globe, operating optical 
instrumentation systems, television producti on 
systems, gun and strike camera systems on 
fighter aircraft, and base support photographic 
laboratories. 

■Additional information regarding the Air 
Force Film Program ma\' be obtained by con- 
tacting: 

Col. William S. Barksdale, jr. 

Commander. Aerospace Audio-\'isual Serv- 
ice Orlando AFB, Florida 32813 
Phone: (305) 841-.56I1, ext. 501 
Lt. Col. Donnell E. Bjoriug, Deputy Chief 
of Staff. Aerospace Audio-Visual 
Service (MAC) Operations, 
Orlando, AFB, Fla. 32813 
Phone: (305) 841-5611, ext. 2226 
• Specific information regarding the Commer- 
cial Production of Air Force films ma>' be ob- 
tained by contacting: 

Capt. Reed M. Anderson, Commander 
13.50th Motion Picture Sq., AAVS (MAC) 
Wright-Patterson AFB Ohio 4.5433 
Phone: (513) 2.5.5-30.58 
Distribution: Approved Air Force films, film- 
strips and related visual aids are distributed by 
the Aerospace Audio-Visual Service ( MAC ) 
through the centralized facilities of the Air 
Force Film Library Center, St. Louis, Mo. This 



facilit\' routinely distributes 360,000 films per 
\ear to Air Force units and other agencies .ill 
o\er the world. The present active inventor)' 
consists of nearly one-half million prints of more 
than 6,000 separate film subjects. The Film Li- 
brary Center also maintains overseas central 
Film Libraries located in Germany, Panama, 
lapan and Alaska, with a Branch Film Library 
in the United Kingdom. These libraries are 
strategicalK- placed and stocked to service ap- 
proximately 140 Base Film Libraries located 
throughout the world. Information regarding 
distribution of these films can be obtained by 
contacting: 

Major Theodore R. Hammer, Commander, 
13.56th Film Library Squadron, AAVS 
(MAC), 8900 South Broadway, 
St. Louis, Missouri 63125 
Phone: MElrose 1-4800, ext. 671 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 
Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 20315 

• The Assistant Chief of Staff for Communica- 
tions-Electronics of the Army is responsible for 
coordination, review and supervision of all 
Army audio-visual activities to include motion 
picture and still photographs, television and 
electronic displa\'. As the DA Staff contact 
point, all film programs are coordinated by the 
Pictorial & Audio-Visual Division of the Office 
of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Communica- 
tions-Electronics. Information pertaining to pic- 
torial and audio-visual activities ma\' be obtained 
from the following: 

LTC D.A. Stark, Chief, Audio-Visual DiUnon 
Phone: OX 7-3,520 

Lt. Col. G. T. Gabelia, Chief, Televimon 
Braneh 
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Is lamp fragile? 
Lamp burned out? 

6. Discoloration "A" present? 

7. Discoloration "B"? 

8. Discoloration "C"? 

9. Filament interlocked? 

10. Filament joint defective? 

11. Filament out of support hook 
or pigtail? 

12. Filament out of joint? 

13. Filament irregular? 

14. Light source position wrong? 
Lead wire inoperative? 
Lead wires short-circuited? 
Lead wires too close to support 
or bulb? 

Lead wire-to-base joint defective? 
Lead wire long? 

20. Lead wire insulation omitted? 

21. Support missing? 

22. Support burned or broken? 

23. Support short-circuited? 

24. Supports too close? 

25. Metal part touching bulb? 

26. Support loose? 

27. Support poor? 

28. Bulb broken or cracked? 



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29. Lamp seal leak? 

30. Bulb shape poor? 

31. Overall length wrong? 

32. Base cement exposed? 

33. Lamp seal shoulder distorted? 

34. Bulb dirty? 

35. Bulb window poor? 

36. Bulb blemished? 

37. Loose material in lamp? 

38. Glass bridge touching bulb wall? 

39. Stem tube, press, flange, 
button, wafer or shoulder 
cracked or broken? 

40. Bridge, arbor or button broken 
or cracked? 

41. Tip broken, cracked or chipped? 

42. Disc defective? 

43. Cracked or broken glass reflector? 

44. Lead knot exposed? 

45. Stem press or button leak? 

46. Mount not concentric? 

47. Stem press discolored? 

48. Metal in stem tube? 

49. Stem tube dirty? 

50. Base inoperative? 

51. Base damaged? 

52. Lamp inoperative? 

53. Base dimensions wrong? 

54. Base short-circuited? 

55. Base loose? 



56. Base cement deficient? 

57. Base turned? 

58. Metal adhered to base or embedded 
in base insulation? 

59. Soldering or welding poor? 

60. Base crooked or eccentric? 

61. Base dirty? 

62. Base tarnished or discolored? 
Base processing wrong? 
Marking poor? 
Marking misplaced? 
Coating poor? 

Frosting, coating improperly located? 
Internal or external reflector poor? 
Bulb reflector coating poor? 
Reflector position poor? 
Lamp wrong? 
Lamp parts in excess? 

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of the U.S. government 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY: 

lames A. Moses, Chief. Audio-Visiia] 

Distribution and Utiliziition 

Phone: Oxford 7-2039 
LCA T.A. Cook Chief, Audio-Visual 

Distribution & Utilization 

Phone: OX 5-6958 

Tlie Arm\- Pictorial Center is responsible for 
the actual production and initial distribution of 
official motion pictmes and related audio-visual 
materials. Information concerning contract for 
writing, production and procurement may be 
obtained from: 

Commanding Officer, Ami\- Pictorial Center, 
35-11 35th Avenue, Long Island City, New 
York 11106. Phone; 937-0600. 

AuDio-\'isu.^L Support Centers. All official mo- 
tion pictmes, film strips, transpai'encies, lan- 
guage training materials and related audio-visual 
material are distributed throughout the U.S. 
.Armv by the Ai-m\' Audio-Visual Support Dis- 
tribution and Utilization System. This system 
is composed of three segments: ( 1 ) the Pictorial 
& Audio-Visual Division OACSC-E; (2) the Dis- 
tribution Branch of the Arm\- Pictorial Center; 
and (3) the network of Audio-Visual Support 
Centers located at headquarters major com- 
mands major service schools and throughout 
the Zone of the Interior and overseas com- 
mands. 

• News of U. S. Government audiovisual pro- 
grams is reported in all regular issues. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY 
\\ ashington, D. C. 20390 

• The U.S. Department of the Navy produces 
motion pictures and still photograplis for such 
purposes as training, maintaining fleet readiness, 
e.\"plaining new weapons and de\ices, and for 
medical, historical, indoctrination, safety and 
recruiting uses, public relations, to name a few 
key subject areas. 

• Information and General Policy Procedures on 
all aspects of the Nav>' film program, including 
application information for commercial produc- 
ers interested in bidding on Na\y contract films, 
are handled b\' the Commander, Naval Air Sys- 
tems Command (.AIR-5393), Navy Depart- 
ment, Washington, D.C. 20360. 

Capt. D.A. Lane, USN, Code (AIR-.5393) 
Director, Photographic Division 
Phone: O.Xford 3-3416 

E. L. Randel, Code (AIR-5393) Head, Train- 
ing Film & Motion Picture Branch, Plwto- 
araphic Ditision 
Phones; OXford 3-3470, OXford 3-3472 

• Procurement policies and procedures, which 
involve infonnation on technical questions re- 
garding bids, are handled by the Officer in 
Charge, Nav\' Purchasing Office, Washington, 
D.C. 20.390. ■ 

Cdr. Donald A. Needham, USN, Officer in 

Charge 

Plione: OXford 3-2901 
LCdr. O.T. Fleisher, Jr., USN, Director 

Purchaw Division 

Phone: OXford 3-2845 
Facilities; The U. S. Naval Photographic Cen- 
ter, a field activih' of the Na\al Air Svstems 
Command, is the central photographic labora- 
ton.' for the Navy Department and the Navy's 



largest photographic activity. The Center, com- 
posed of about 550 military and civilian per- 
sonnel, provides photographic assistance and 
specialized services to tiie entire Naval Estab- 
lishment, supervises the production of Naw 
training films and maintains the Nax'y's motion 
picture and still photographic film hbraries and 
motion picture distribution division. 

The motion picture production facilities at 
tlie Center are modern and complete. There is a 
sound stage, film and tape recording and mi.\- 
ing equipment, an art and animation group and 
editorial branch. Here experienced script writers 
and artists collaborate with Na\\- photographers 
and technicians, maintaining high standards of 
quaht\' for Nav\- productions. The processing 
division has the capabilitv to develop and print 
negative film and release prints in 3.5mm arid 
16mm black-and-white and negative-positive 
color. About 75 percent of all Navv' films, how- 
ever are contracted with estabhshed commercial 
producers. 

In addition, there is a growing requirement 
for films to report on the Navy's research and 
development activity. To meet this need, a T\' 
closed circuit kinescope facility has been in- 
stalled. Two video tape recorders and kine- 
recorders together with visomat processing make 
for rapid completion of urgent films. 

Extensiv'e libraries of both still and motion 
pictiue photographv are maintained at the Cen- 
ter. Librarv' services are provided to the Naval 
Establishment, other government agencies and 
to a commercial concerns on a cash sale basis. 
The Still Picture Department produces all tvpes 
of still photography such as press, serials, mur- 
als, and official portraits. Modem continuous 
roll paper printing and processing units meet the 
Navy's large volume print demands. There are 
also complete negative, positive and transpar- 
ency color processing facilities. {Continued) 



...with a name like Fifi Oscard, 
we have to supply great talent 
for industrial films and shows! 



Some people used to think we were the talent 
ourselves, but now that that's been straightened out 
... we can find just the right talent for your indus- 
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We work with the giants . . . and the dwarfs 
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So whatever your size, whatever your problem, 
whatever your needs (writers, directors, choreog- 
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actors), they're as simple to solve as a phone call. 

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From Where I Sit" -Bill Ganz 



\\,,; .Ml I dnz. Freiident, IVC 



Vlfh3t is a Busin 
Film Producer? 



From where I sit, a business film producer is . . . 

... an interpreter who translates a meaningful message 
into the medium that makes it memorable. 

... a salesman who sells ideas, hopes, plans, 
dreams, aspirations. 

... a creative business consultant who measures his 
own success by his clients' return on their 
motion picture investment. 

... a weaver of pictures, people, drama, voices, music, 
mood and imagination into an exciting, colorful 
fabric of film. 

... a builder of images, awareness, knowledge, 
belief, pride. 

... a molder of minds. 



At IVC, we start off where other communications programs 
leave off. We add an ingredient no other medium can provide. 
The mystical, magical spell that only a motion picture can cre- 
ate. To build markets. To change attitudes. To strengthen 
reputations. We have served many of America's leading 
corporations for over 40 years. Can we help you? 



IVC Clients include; A&P Stores; Becton, Dickinson; Brunswick; DuPont; Eaton, Yale 
& Towne; General Foods, MacGregor, Mead- Johnson, Metropolitan Life, Melville 
Shoe (Tom McAn), Nation's Business, The New York Times, RCA, Sterling Drug, 
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audio-visual programs 
of the U.S. government 

DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY: 

A research and de\elopiiient group conducts 
tests, experimentations, development and e\alu- 
ation of photographic equipment. Here, tech- 
nical photographic specifications, instructions 
and other pubhcations are also prepared. In- 
formation about \PC mav be obtained from: 
Comiuanding Officer, Na\al Photographic Cen- 
ter. U. S. Naval Station, Washington D.C. 20390 
Capt. J. J. Crowder, USN, 

Commandiits. Officer 

Phone: OXford S-2101 
Cdr. C. D. Longo, US.\, Head 

Motion Pietiirc Department 

Plione: O.Xford 8-2142 
Distribution: Prints of all Na\v films available 
to the public can be purchased from DuAit 
Labs, Inc., 245 W. 55th St., New York, New 
York, under an annual contract administered 
by the General SeiAices Administration. Ci\il- 
ians may borrow films from Naval District Pub- 
lic Information Officers, Training Aids Libraries, 
Aviation Films Libraries. Recruiting Stations 
and Public Information Offices located through- 
out the United States will serve go\ernment re- 
quests for film showings. Requests for the use 
of Nav\- stock footage in commercial produc- 
tions should be submitted to the Chief of In- 
formation, Na\-\' Department, Washington, D.C. 

United States Marine Corps 

• For information on U. S. Marine Corps films, 
which are produced b\- the Department of the 
Navv, write to the office of: 

Commandant of the Marine Corps (Code 

A03P) 
Headquarters, U. S. Marine Corp.s 
Henderson Hall, Arlington, \'irginia 22214. 



GENERAL SERVICES 

ADMINISTRATION 

The National Archives and Records Service 

8th and Pennsvlvania A\e.. N.W. 

Washington, D. C. 20408 

James E. Gibson, Audiovisual Specialist, 
Office of the Archivist of the United States 
Phone: 963-4275 

James W. Moore, Chief, Audio Visual Branch 
Phone: 963-6493 

• The National Archives and Records Service 
is the repository for more than 50 million feet 
of historical motion pictures created by 100 
Federal agencies and several non-goverrraient 
producers. The ever-growing collection includes 
a wide range of subjects covering the period 
from 1S96 to the present. 

Films are not loaned, but may be viewed by 
researchers, film producers or their authorized 
representatives. Duphcate negatives or masters 
of films or scenes may be purchased by indi- 
\iduals or producing companies subject to con- 
sent of the depositing agencies and copyright 
restrictions, if any. 

."^t the Washington National Records Center 
in Suidand, Md., The National Archives and 
Records Service also stores and services preprint 
materials of current motion pictures produced 
by or for Federal agencies. • 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF 

HEALTH, EDUCATION AND WELFARE 

Washington, D. C. 20202 

Andrew R. Molnar, Acting, Director. Diinsion 
of HigJicr Education Research. Bureau of 
Research, U. S. Office of Education. 400 
Maryland Ave., S.W., Washington, D.C. 
20202 
Phone; (202) 963-5963 



• The Office of Education administers Title 
VII of the National Defense Education Act. 
which pro\ides research grants in the uses of 
new educational media, and for the dissemina- 
tion of information about such media. 

The Office of Education also conducts studies 
and surveys, prepares catalogs and bibhog- 
raphies, and provides consultive services on 
educational uses of audio-visual materials. For 
information on this program write office above. 

Media Services 
and Captioned Films for the Deaf 

(Division of Educational Services, 
Bureau for Education of the Handicapped) 

Dr. James J. Gallagher, Acting Associate 

Commissioner. Bureau for Education of the 

Handicapped. 

Phone: 963-5925 
Dr. Frank B. Withrow, Acting Director, 

Division of Educational Services 

Phone: (202) 962-5022 
Dr. John A. Cough, Chief, Media Services and 

Captioned Films 

Phone: (202) 963-3060 

• The Media Services and Captioned Film 
Branch administers a program of educational 
media under P. L. 85-905, as amended by P. L. 
87-715 and P. L. 89-258. These laws provide 
for promoting the general welfare and the edu- 
cational advancement of deaf persons. Media 
Ser\ices and Captioned Films furnishes a free 
loan service of films for the deaf; conducts re- 
search in the use of films and other educational 
media for the deaf; produces and distributes 
films, filmstrips and related media for the 
deaf and for persons who work closely with the 
deaf (parents, employers, etc.). The branch 
also provides for the training of persons in the 
utilization of these materials and provides media 
equipment to most schools for the deaf. 




BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 




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From all appearances it looks like the familiar Arnflex 35 2C, but. on the inside some important things have happened 
that makes it the "cameraman's camera" for Techniscope. 

We've designed the filmgate and pulldown for half-frame Techniscope format: we've changed the shutter to 200° aper- 
ture and put a Techniscope groundglass in the viewfinder; and. we've made certain that this specialized tool is as 
dependable, reliable and rugged for Techniscope filming as the standard Arriflex 35 2C is for conventional format. 
And, of course, we've changed the model designation. Arnflex 35 2CT. To signify all the advantages of Techniscope film- 
ing: reduced stock and processing costs: better image quality and longer depth-of-field through the use of conventional 
Arriflex spherical lenses in shorter focal lengths ... the same lenses you use for standard filming: release prints in 
35mm and 16mm. standard projection or anamorphic ... all from the same camera originals. 

Plus, the benefits of working with the familiar Arriflex that has consis- 
tently produced superior footage for you in standard-format filming. 
Throughthe-lens viewing. Easily set up. Lightweight. Highly mobile. Uses 
the same lenses, quick-change magazines, systems and accessories. And, 
it's convertible to standard format at any time. 

If your schedule includes Techniscope, turn to a time-proven friend for 
help ... the new Arriflex 35 2CT. 



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audio-Visual programs 
of the U. S. governmen t 

MEDIA SERVICES & CAPTIONED FILMS: 

Further expansion to provide media services 
to all t\'pes of the handicapped was made pos- 
sible b\' enactment of P.L. 90-247. Actual pro- 
gram activities remained essentially the same 
as in previous years since no funds were ap- 
propriated for the expansion of the program. • 

United States Public Health Service 
National Medical Audiovisual Center 

Atlanta, Georgia 30333 
All Phones: (404) 633-3311 
Dr. James Lieberman, Director 
Edward F. McClellan, Deputy Director 
Jerome K. Bamett, Asst. Director for 

Operations 
Joseph A. Staton, Special Projects Officer 
Dr. Richard Fuisz, Associate in Biomedical 

Communication 
Dondell C. Cotter, Prosram Management 
_ Officer 
Katherine C. Skogstad, Information and 

Publications Officer 
Jack C. Kirkland, Chief, Motion Picture & 

Television Section 
Robert S. Craig, Chief, Graphic & 

Photographic Arts Section 
Dr. Norman L. Cole, Chief, Educational 

Studies & Development Section 
Charles N. Farmer, Jr., Chief 

Audio-Visual Systems Planning, Section 
Robert Simipter, Chief, Acquisition, Retention 

& Distribution Section 
AcTR'iTiES: The National Medical Audio-visual 
Center plans, directs, conducts and coordinates 



Thinking about iiaving a movie made? 
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QUESTIONS AND 
ANSV\/ERS ABOUT INDUSTRIAL 
AND BUSINESS MOVIES 

Movies are a powerful, persuasive, often overlooked medium — a medium 
that can help your company sell an idea, a product, or a service. But before 
you have a film produced, there are many facts and figures you should have 
at hand. 

Write or phone for your copy of "33 questions and answers about industrial 
and business movies." It includes answers to questions such as: 

* My business is complicated and different — Could I really expect an out- 
sider to write a good script? 

* How much does a good film cost? 

♦ Could we use some of our own people in our movie — engineers, technicians, 
service men? 

* How long will our movie stay up to date? 

• Are filmstrips just as good as movies? 

♦ We have a young man who is good with a camera. Why couldn't we shoot 
our own film, and have our advertising department write the script? 

PILOT PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Producers of motion pictuxss and filmstrips 

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PUBLIC HEALTH/AUDIOVISUAL FACILITY: 

a national program in biomedical commimica- 
tion. It operates the central installation in the 
Public Health Service for development, produc- 
tion, distribution, e\'aluation and utilization of 
motion pictures, videotapes, and other audio- 
visual forms. 

In addition to its production program, the 
Center, through a newly established educational 
program, provides consultation and assistance 
to schools of the health professions, and is re- 
sponsible for the development of specialized 
conferences, seminars and workshops. A re- 
cently established audiovisual systems plan- 
ning activitv concerns itself with the develop- 
ment of communications systems in a wide vari- 
ety of health and health-related institutions. 

Under the leadership of the School of Medi- 
cine at Tulane University, the Center is par- 
ticipating in a graduate program in biomedical 
communication which began in Fall, 1967. The 
curriculum was developed through a consortium 
of institutions of higher learning, and is spon- 
sored by an initial grant from the National Li- 
brary of Medicine. 

The Communit\- Medical Television System, 
the nation's first medical network on the 2500 
Mega-Hertzian instructional bandwidth, began 
operation in Spring of 1967, under the F.i- 
cilitv's leadership and coordination. It hnks, 
with line-of-sight transmitters, Emory University 
Medical School and Hospital; Grady Memorial 
Hospital, Emor\'s teaching hospital; the Georgia 
Department of Public Health and its Ment;il 
Health Institute; the Veterans Administration 
Hospital and the Audio-Visual FacUity. Initially, 
programs will be transmitted from Grady and 
the Facilitv and will be received by others 
hooked into the network. The System, if suc- 
cessful, will serve as a prototype for others of 
its kind throughout the nation. 

Facilities: The Center has complete in-plant 
motion picture, filmstrip and television, produc- 
tion and laboratory equipment located in a four- 
story building designed especially for audio-vis- 
ual activities. In addition, it acquires, prints and 
distributes medical and health-related films, 
makes multiple prints and distributes them 
throughout the world, operates the National 
.\rchives of Medical Motion Pictures and main- 
tains an internatienal central reference file of 
medical audio-visuals. 

Distribution: Public Health Service films are 
available from National Medical Audiovisual 
Center (Annex), Chamblee, Ga. 3000.5, on loan 
to schools of the health professions, other edu- 
cational institutions and medical-health organi- 
zations throughout the U. S. and abroad. Films 
are listed in a Public Health Service Film Cata- 
log published annualK'. Information on teaching 
films is also available from a central reference 
file. 

Reference Sources: In addition to the Public 
Health Service Film catalog, two other catalogs 
are published by the Center: Film reference 
Guide for Medicine and Allied Sciences and 
Sensory Disease Film Guide. A special catalog 
of selected films on heart disease, cancer, and 
stroke is currently being revised and other works 
are in production. A master international index 
is maintained to support special requests for 
film information not othenvise available. 

Productions: Among recent 16mm motion pic- 
tures produced are Spot Prevention, an animated 
film designed to promote measles vaccination; 
and Rx Ii^novation, a film discussing the broad 
aspects of biomedical communication, its prob- 
lems and resources. A series of 8mm single- 
concept teaching films dealing with various 
phases of rehabilitation for victims of stioke also 
has been released. In addition, videotapes and 
tape-to-film transfers have been released on 
heart disease including: Clues to Cardiac Diag- 
nosis from Inspection of the Cervical Veins; New 



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audio-visual prograrns 
of the U.S. government 

PUBLIC HEALTH/AUDIOVISUAL FACILITY: 

Concepts in Cardiovascular Siirocn/; the Etio- 
logy of Stjstcmatic Hypertension; and the Diag- 
nosis of Surgically Treatable Hypertension. 
More than 100 films are scheduled for produc- 
tion in fiscal 1968, many of which will have 
Spanish and French soimd tracks as well as 
the original Enghsh, • 

Social Security Administration 
Baltimore, Marjland 21235 

Rov L. Swift, Information Officer 

Phone; 944-5000 ext. 2187 
Robert T. Fenwick, Chief, Audio-Vistial 

Branch, Office of Information 

Phone: 944-5000, ext. 5587 
AcnviTLES; The Social Security Administration 
produces and distributes films on Old Age, Sur- 
vivors, and Disability Insurance, and on Health 
Insurance (Medicare). These are pubhc infor- 
mation films designed to explain to the viewer 
what he needs to now about the social security 
law and what benefits he might be entitled to. 
Most films and spots are intended for both tele- 
vision and theatrical use. 

FACiLmES: The Administration has a small stu- 
dio and limited facilities located in the Balti- 
more Headquarters Building. Some film work is 
contracted to commercial producers. 
Distribution: Through 710 District and Branch 
offices throughout the coimtry, prints may be 
obtained on a free loan basis. Prints may also 
be bought. 

For news of audiovisuols read Business Screen 



DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR 
Washington, D. C. 20240 

• The Department of Interior jjroduces films 
which are concerned with the management, con- 
servation and development of natural resources 
in every section of the Nation. Films are avail- 
able from the bureau in which they have been 
produced. 

Office of the Secretary 

Harmon Kallman, Office of Information 
Phone: (202) 34.3-.3171 
Inquiries concerning the use of Department of 
Inter:or films for tele\ision should be addressed 
to this office. A Departmental film catalog is 
available on request. 

The Bureau of Land Management 

John A. Mattoon, Chief. Office of Information 
Phone: (202) 343-3609 

• Five films are available from the Bureau's 
office including the award-winning new film 
The Last Frontier, a 29-minute film about 
.America's last public domain lands, their history 
and future. 

Others available for loan and for TV show- 
ings are: Ala.'ika, Land to Groie On, 2S-minute 
color film on public lands and resources in 
Alaska; Waterslicd Coii.scrration, demonstrating 
water conser\'ation on the public lands; Rogue 
River Country. 28-minute color film about the 
recreational opportunities and wealth of natural 
resources found in the Rogue River Valley of 
southwestern Oregon, and This Waiting Land, 
a 27-minute color film, which contrasts pioneer- 
ing a century ago with present da%- multiple use 
resources management. State BLM offices hav- 
ing libraries are: Portland, Sacramento, Phoenix, 
Reno, Salt Lake City, Santa Fe, Denver, Chey- 
enne, Boise, Billings, and Anchorage. 



The U. S. Bureau of Mines 

Dr. A. Nicholas \'ardac, Officer-in-Charae. 
Audio-Visual Programs, Motion Picture De- 
velopment and Production Bureau of Mines. 
Washington, D.C. 20240 
Phone: REpublic 7-1820, Ext. 33.59 

-Meyer Reiness, Chief, Branch of Motion 
Picture Inspection and Bookina, Bureau of 
Mines 
4800 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 1.5213 

AcTviTiES: The Bureau of Mines has a broad 
film program dating from about 1920. Motion 
picture subjects deal with natural resources of 
states and areas and with mineral commodities 
including metals, non-metals and petroleum. Re- 
centK' released films include: Helium Alum- 
iinim — Metal of Many Faces, and a new ver- 
sion of Arizona and Its Natural Re-wurccs. 
\evada and Its Natural Resoui'ces, Steelmakina 
Today, The Extraordinary World of Zinc. The 
Lead Matrix, Silver, M'calth of the Wa.'^teland. 

Facilities: All films are made in cooperation 
with private industrial firms which pav produc- 
tion costs and select commercial film producers. 
The Bureau maintains no production facilities. 

Distributions: About 6,500 prints of films are 
distributed to the public on a free loan basis 
from the film distribution center of the Bureau 
of Mines, 4800 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
15213, and from depositories in 40 states. .An- 
nual number of showings is 200,000. Most films 
are cleared for free TV use. Single or block 
bookings arranged. Catalogs available. 

Productions; Films in current production in- 
clude; An untitled film on Molybdenum, on the 
State of Oregon and its Natural Rcmurces, on 
the conservation of mined lands and the con- 
trol of underground mine fires, etc. The follow- 
ing T\' series are available; Dotvn to Earth; 
States of the Union; Out of the Earth. 



Produces Non-Theatrical Films for . . . 

AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 

BOSTON EDISON CO. 

THE EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF NEW YORK 

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 

UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, and mariy others 




Produces Film and Tape Commercials for . . . 

GENERAL FOODS CORPORATION* 

AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS CORPORATION* 

AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY* 

LEVER BROTHERS COMPANY* 

KINNEY SHOE CORPORATION* 

PLOUGH, INCORPORATED, and many others* 



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(213) Hollywood 3-3113 



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audio-Visual programs 
of the U.S. government 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR: 
The Bureau of Reclamation 

Ottis Peterson, Assi-^tant to the Commissioner, 
Injormation 
Phone: (202) 343-4662 

Activities; The Bureau of Reclamation pro 
duces one or two pictures a year on water re- 
source development in the seventeen western 
states — usually "low budget," sound-color films 
which run 14 or 28 minutes for T\' use. Film 
catalogs are available from the Washington, 
D.C., office of the Bureau; the Regional offices 
and the Film Distribution Center in Denver. 
F.\ciLiTiEs; Most of the film work for the Bu- 
reau of Reclamation is contracted b\- the appro- 
priate Regional office with commercial produc- 
ers. There are seven Regional offices, all in the 
western states, supervised bv the \\'ashington 
office. 

Distribution; Distribution of Bureau of Recla- 
mation films is nou- accomplished through die 
Film Distribution Center, Bureau of Reclama- 
tion, Bldg. .53. Denver Federal Center, Denver, 
Colorado. On occasion, surplus prints are 
loaned to educational institutions for their dis- 
tribution libraries. 

Productions; Recent productions include: 
Rivers in the Sky, a picture with unusual cloud 
effects resulting from time-lapse photograph, to 
show research in weather modification. Flaming 
Gorae. the story of the construction of a high 
dam on the Green River in the Rock\- Moim- 
tains in northern Utah which was selected as 
tlie winner in public relations, sales and adver- 
tising in an industrial photography competition; 
PoiL-er for a Nation in which the Bureau of Re- 
clamation collaborated with other Department 
agencies to portra\- the role of the Department 
in hvdropower production. The Bureau of Re- 
clamation is also distributing prints of New Wa- 
ter for a Thirsty World which was produced by 
the Office of Saline Water of the Department of 
the Interior. 

U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service 

Elliot A. Macklow, Chief, Audio-Visual Serv- 
ices, Branch of Marketing, Bureau of Com- 
mercial Fisheries, Fish & Wildlife Ser\ice. 
Phone; (202) 343-6897 

Activities; Using commercial contractual mo- 
tion picture facilities, tliis organizational unit 
plans, produces and distributes fishery market- 
ing and educational motion pictures sponsored 
by both Government and industry. Other audio- 
visual materials such as fishery television spot 
announcements and radio spot announcement 
discs and are also produced and distributed. 
Faclities; Commercial contractual motion pic- 
ture facilities. 

Distribution: Utihzing about 200 Government 
and pri\ate film libraries, 22 fisheri' motion pic- 
tures are distributed free of charge upon re- 
quest. Pro\ision has been made so that most of 
the films are cleared for television, although 
special permission is required before telecasting. 
Stock footage is not available. .\ catalog listing 
the commercial fisheries films distributed and 
the instructions for obtaining them mav be ob- 
tained free of charge upon request. A central 
Audio-NTsual Ser\ices film library is maintained. 
I'^ilms and information may be obtained by writ- 
ing .Audio Visual Services, Bureau of Commer- 
cial Fisheries, 181.5 N. Ft. Mver Drive, Room 
601, Arlington, Va., 22209. Requests for film- 
to be sent outside the U. S. should be made tn 
tlie nearest U. S. Embassy or Consulate. Ap- 
plications are accepted from institutions wi.shini; 
to serve as non-profit film libraries. 
PnODi'CTiONS; The motion picture. Flavor of 
Maine, sponsored b\- the Maine Sardine Coun- 



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of tine U.S. government 

FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE: 

cil, is now in acti\e distribution. The films ten- 
tativel\- titled Trout to Order for the U.S. Trout 
Farmers Assn., Mullet County for the Florida 
Board of Conserxation, and t\vo Estuarine con- 
sers'ation films (one i28-minute, one 1.5-minute) 
for the fi\'e States bordering the Gulf of Mexico, 
all require seasonal filming and are in produc- 
tion. 

The U. S. Geological Survey 

Frank H. Forrester, Information Officer 
Phones; 343-4646/4647 

• This office maintains and distributes a limited 
collection of motion picture films dealing with 
the earth sciences. Of major interest are the 
award winning films. The Eruption of Kilauea, 
1959-60 and the earlier film release. The 195.5 
Eruption of Kilauea. These show, at close range, 
the spectacular eruption of the Kilauea x'olcano 
on the island of Hawaii. 

Recent film releases include the Alaskan 
Earthquake, 1964 and The Sea River. The first 
of these films documents the destructive effects 
of the March 27, 1964,Alaskan earthquake both 
graphically and pictorially in on-the-spot scenes. 
The Sea River film records hydrological investi- 
gations carried on in the Amazon River Basin 
as a joint operation between the Geological Sur- 
vey and the Brazilian Navy. 

Recjuests for additional information about 
these and other films should be addressed to 
the Information Office, U.S. Geological Survey, 
Washington, D.C. 20242. 



THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
Washington, D. C. 20540 

Dr. Edgar Breitenbach, Chief, Prints and 

Photographs Div. 

Phone: STerhng 3-0400, ext. 217 
John B. Kuiper, Head, Motion Picture Section 

Phone: STerhng 3-0400, ext. 721 
Paul Spehr, Motion Picture Librarian 

Phone: STerling 3-0400, ext. 721 
.Mrs. Eliziibeth K. Dunne, Acting Chief, 

Copyright Cataloging Division, 

Copyright Office 

Phone: STerhng 3-0400, ext. 458 
Mrs. Katharine W. Clugston, Audio-Visual 

Specialist, Descriptive Catalogina Div. 

Phone: STerhng 3-0400, ext. 484 
Mrs. Virginia Colbert, Acting Head, Special 

Services Section, Card Division 

Phone: STerling 3-0400, ext. 8039 
• The Library of Congress has an unrivalled 
collection of American films dating from the 
infancy of the motion-picture industry, which it 
has acquired through the operation of the copy- 
right law and through gifts, and it also has a 
large bod\' of foreign films turned over to it as 
a result of wartime seizure. The Library's activi- 
ties in the motion-picture field include the regis 
tration of claims to copvright, the acquisition of 
films, the cataloging of films and related bibli- 
ographical data. 

The Library's Cop\right Office has registered 
claims to copyright for motion pictures since 
1894, when the first examples of this medium 
were deposited in the Library in the form ol 
photographic paper prints; since 1912 the copy- 
right law has provided for the registration and 
deposit of motion pictures as such. Generally, 
under the provisions of the motion-picture copy- 
right agreement between the Library of Con- 



gress and the motion-picture proprietors, the 
f ihns are returned to the copyright proprietor by 
the Library after registration, but the Library 
has the right to claim the deposits for its collec- 
tions later. 

The Copyright Cataloging Division of the 
Cop\right Office prepares a semi-annual Cata- 
log of Copyright Entries: Motion Pictures and 
Fitm-s-trips, which lists all such materials regis- 
tered for copyright in the United States and 
which is pubUshed b\' the Library and sold by 
the Government Printing Office. It has also pre- 
pared four cumulative catalogs entitled Motion 
Picture/,, which together cover registrations of 
films for the years 1894-1959 and which are for 
sale bv the Government Printing Office. 

In addition, the Library's Descriptive and 
Subject Cataloging Divisions catalog educational 
films, using data submitted largely by producers 
and distributors, and the Library publishes this 
cataloging information in two useful forms for 
purchase by other libraries or individuals. One 
form is the printed catalog card, which any film- 
user may purchase to establish his own card- 
catalog for the control of his collection and for 
the dissemination of film information. The other 
is a book-catalog reproduced photographically 
from the printed cards and containing a detailed 
subject-index, adequately cross-indexed; entitled 
Library of Congress Catalog — Motion Pictures 
and Film-Strips, this publication is issued quar- 
terh and in annual cumulation, and it also ap- 
pears as a volume in the quinquennial cumula- 
tion of the Library's National Union Catalog,- 
Both the printed catalog cards and the book- 
catalog may be purchased from the Card Divi- 
sion, Library of Congress, Building 159, Navy 
yard Annex, Washington, D.C. 20541. 

The Library's collection of motion pictures 
comprises about 89,000 reels and is in the cus- 
tody of the Prints and Photographs Division in 





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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS: 

the Reference Department. It is primarily an 
archive in nature, and reference service is lim- 
ited to assisting research activities. The Library 
does not lend motion pictures, but some film's 
may be copied under certain conditions; cop% ine 
ref|uires the signing of a standard agreement 
concerning the clearance of copyright and the 
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NATIONAL AERONAUTICS 

AND 

SPACE ADMINISTRATION 

Office of Public Affairs-AudloVlsual Program 

Washington, D. C. 20.546 

Walter E. Whitaker, Audio-Vmial Officer 
Room 80,5, Reporters Building 
Phone: 962-2516 
Edward A. Pierce, Director, Media Develop- 
ment Division. Room 802, Reporters Build- 
ing 

Phone: 962-2161 
James B. Etheredge. Chief. Motion Picture 
Branch Room 812, Reporters Building, 
Phone: 962-2757 
Clayton Edwards, Chief, TV and Radio 
Branch Room 814, Reporters Building 
Phone: 962-2795 
Warren Phipps, Chief, Distribution and De- 
pository Room 811, Reporters Building 
Phone: 962-28.58 
Activities: These branches supervise the agen- 
cy-wide production and distribution of films, TV 
and radio programs and other audio-visual ma- 
terials on space and aeronautics, and coordi- 
nate requests for NASA assistance in production 
of all these media. 

Facilities: Production requirements are ful- 
filled through in-house capabilities at NASA 
field installations and by contractors. 

Distribution: NASA films, tapes, stock footage 
and other AV resources are loaned tfirough 
NASA Central Motion Picture Depository and 
Library. All requests for NASA assistance with 
non-governmental productions should be directed 
to Mr. Whitaker; requests to borrow NASA films 
should be directed to .Mr. Phipps. 

Productions: Those released in 1967 include: 
Assignment: Shoot the Moon, Doonoaij to To- 
morrow, Electric Power Generation in Space, 
Flight to Tomorrow, The Guaymas Story, Leg- 
acy of Gemini, Space Navigation, View of the 
Sky, The Vital Link, and the monthly T'V series 
Aeromiiitics and Space Report. 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Washington, D. C. 20260 
Ira Kapenstein, Special A.mi.itant to the 
Postmaster General, Public Information 
Phone: 961-7.500 
George M. Kroloff, Director, Special Projects, 
Office of Si)ecial Assistant to Postmaster 
General, Public Information 
(Public Information Films) 
Phone: 961-8185 
Ray N. Mahan, Chief, Motion Picture Branch 
Office of Special Assi.stant to Po.-itmaster 
General Public Infoimation 
Phone: 961-7711 
Activities: The Post Office Department cur- 
renth' uses Public Information film chps for 
Public Service, plus training and engineering 
photo reports. 

FACiLmEs: Limited motion picture production 
performed by the Department. Public Service 
film production is contracted: 



THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT: 

Bureau of Facilities, Procurement Division 
Room 7407, Post Office Department 
Washington, D.C. 20260 

DisTRiBiTioN: Public information film chps for 
public ser\'ice and documentary films are dis- 
tributed through U. S. Postmasters in all re- 
gions. • 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION 

800 Independence Avenue, S.W., Room 412E 

\\ashington, D. C. 20590 

Phone: WOrth 2-5693 

John A. Nugent, Chief 

Motion Picture Branch, HQ-450 

Martin S. Konigmacher 

Senior Production Supervisor 

Jerry Ward, Producer-Director 

George M. Mathieu, Project Coordinator 
Activities: The Motion Picture Branch pro- 
duces motion ]:)ictures and tele\'ision programs 
designed to meet the needs of the Services and 
Offices which comprise the Federal Aviation 
Administration. 

Facilities: The FAA uses both in-service capa- 
bilities and commercial contrasts with industry 
in supplying its Motion Picture services. 
Film Distribution: Distribution of FAA films 
is handled through the Aeronautical Center Film 
Librar>. AC-43.1, P.O. Box 1082, Oklahoma 
City, Oklahoma. 

Motion Picture Production: Productions vary 
from highly technical training films to those de- 
signed for the general public. 

Federal Highway Administration 

William F. Hall, Chief, Photographic Section 
Phone: WOrth 7-3013 
Activities: This Bureau produces films on sub- 
jects pertinent to highway development, safety 
and related subjects, sometimes in cooperation 
with otlier government agencies, state and local 
highway departments, and other interested or- 
ganizations. 

Facilities: In-house capacity'. 
Distribution: These films are available on a 
loan basis, with borrow'er paying return trans- 
portation, from Chief, Photographic Section, 
Federal Highwav Administration, Washington, 
D. C. 20591. Films mav be purchased by re- 
sponsible organizations, by inquiry to same ad- 
dress. 

United States Coast Guard 
Washington, D. C. 20591 

H. E. Whitwer, Chief, Motion Picture & TV 
Branch. Public Information Division 
Phone: (202) WOrth 4-5303 
Activities: The U. S. Coast Guard produces 
information and training, as well as recruiting 
films. The majority are in 16mm color-sound 
with running time of 3 to 28 minutes. Coast 
Guard films have consistently been selected by 
the United States government for entry in 
foreign film festivals, and have won a number 
of awards. 

Facilities: In-house capability. The Coast 
Guard has limited in-house writing, directing, 
shooting and editorial capabiht\-. Additional pro- 
duction ser\ices as well as all processing and 
(printing are contracted for as required. 
Distribution: A catalog of U. S. Coast Guard 
films is distributed by film libraries in Wash- 
ington, D. C. and at District offices in Boston, 
New 'i'ork, Portsmouth, Miami, New Orleans, St. 
Louis, Long Beach, San Francisco, Seattle, 
Juneau .and Honolulu. 

Productions: Current productions include train- 
ing films, public information films and TV spots. 
Planned productions include a historical film 
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of the U. S. government 

U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT 
VVashiiistoii, D. C. 20023 
Internal Revenue Service 

John E. Burleson, Atidio-V i.siial Training 
Officer. Fhonc: 161-2409 

Charles M. Lammond. Visual Information 
Officer, Office of Public Information. 
Phone: WOrth 4-4037. 
• A recentl\-re\ised version of a 2S-minute 
film. The Trea.'iunj Story reviews the activities 
of this Department. A five-minute summary 
version is also a\ailable for use in continuous 
automatic projectors. 

Acn\^TIES; Films for public and internal use 
are prepared bv the Internal Re\-enue Service. 
Motion pictmes for public viewing are produced 
by the Public Information Division, those for 
employee training or orientation by the Training 
Di\nsion. The Information Division also super- 
vises production of television spot announce- 
ments for use during each tax filing period. It 
has also recently begun the production of films 
in Spanish, partly to e.vtend its taxpa\er infomia- 
tion in the U. S. ;md partly as an advisory aid to 
Latin American countries concerned with Fed- 
eral goxernment cooperative programs. 

F.'VCILITIES: The public information films of In- 
ternal Revenue Service are produced profession- 
ally, usually utilizing the agency's own office 
facilities and personnel for background scenes 
but hiring professional talent for action bits, 
narration, etc. Laboratori,- production facilities 
are contracted to complete the film after the 
first rough cut. Training films are sometimes 
produced with Internal Revenue Service person- 
nel and sometimes with professional talent. 



Distribution: The .58 district offices, and sev- 
eral of the larger local offices, distribute Internal 
Revenue Ser\ ice fihn productions. All clearances 
and releases ha\e been obtained for general 
showing of Internal Revenue Service films. 

Pboductions: The PubUc Information Division 
has prepared a new Vs-hour film production 
featuring E. G. Marshall to infonn ta.\payers 
about new developments in fihng their federal 
income tax retimis this \ear. In addition to this 
16mm color production, it also has released a 
20-minute, 16mm color combination historical 
and infonnational film, Mission for hdllions. 
which will gi\-e taxpayer viewers an insight into 
actual operations of Internal Revenue Service 
offices of all t\-pes. Other films, all in 16mm 
color, in the Internal Revenue Service library 
include; Then and Now— 22 min.: Time and 
Taxes— 18 min.: Moonshine and Taxes— \5 min. 



U. S. Savings Bond Division 

Jacob Mogelever, Promotion Manager. U. S. 
Savings Bonds 
Phone: WOrth 4-5702 



• A \ariet\- of films telling the story of U.S. 
Savings Bonds is available suitable for com- 
munity audiences of all kinds. Many are inspira- 
tional, some humorous, some informational. All 
were made a\'ailable to the Treasury by volun- 
teers and showings take place under volunteer 
auspices. Tlic Land We Love, 16mm, sound- 
color, 20-min., is a film tour produced by 
Warner Brothers in association with other ma- 
jor motion picture studios. Wilbur Gets tlie Mes- 
sage . . . About Payroll Savings, 16mni. sound- 
b&w, 20 min., has been cleared for television. 
Danny Kaye for Scliool Savings, 16mm, sound- 
b&w, 16 min. is not cleared for television. The 
Junior Astronaut, 16mm, sound-b&w, 15 min., is 
cleared for television. • 



THE UNITED STATES 

INFORMATION AGENCY 
Washington 25, D. C. 
Bruce Herschensohn, Director, Motion Picture 

& TV Service 

Phone: WO 2-6961 
.^nthonv Cuarco, Deputy Director, Motion 

Picture & TV Service 

Phone: WO 2-6962 
Howard Kirchwehm, Program Manager 

Phone: WO .3-5938 
.Anthony Jowitt. Production Manaaer 

Phone: WO 2-6170 
Richard Mohler, Chief News & Special 

Events Division 

Phone: WO 2-6974 
Antonio \'ellani. Chief, Documentary 

Production Divkion 

Phone: WO 3-4130 
John DeViney, Chief. Staff Production 

Phone: WO 2-1948 
Ralph Price, Operations Manager 

Phone: WO 2-0586 
Wilbert Pearson, Chief, Comm-Media 

.\t1estation Staff 

Phone: WO 2-3102 
Doug Smith, Chief, Acquisitions Staff 

Phone: WO 2-7955 
John R. Wheeler, Chief, Administrative Office 

Phone: WO 2-6060 

Services and F.^cilities: USIA produces, ac- 
quires and distributes abroad motion picture 
and television films for the overseas information 
and cultvual program of the U.S. Government. 
The USIA audience numbers over 260 million 
televiewers in 92 countries plus some 750 mil- 
hon persons who annually see USIA films in 
theaters and private showings. Output ranges 
the full gamut of both media — from brief news- 
clips to feature length motion pictures and hour- 
long television dramas. These products are re- 
leased in as many as 58 foreign languages. 




Cinema East/TFI, Atlanta, 106 motion 
pictures for EASTERN AIR LINES, Vista. 
The State Dept., hAGhA. 26 International 
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Brussells, Columbus, San Fran- 
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of the U.S. government 

THE U. S. INFORMATION AGENCY: 

Productions; Examples of the agency's motion 
picture and television output include; The 
Eighth District, Hands of A Stranger and The 
Other War, documentaries on Viet Nam; Cleve- 
land Makes a Choice, a documentary on the 
election of Mayor Stokes; Media Hora and 
Emilio Espina, half hour and one hour television 
series being shown in Latin America; Cowboy, 
one of the "Young America" documentaries 
which was nominated for an Academy Award 
last year; and John F. Kennedy: Years of Light- 
ning, Day of Drums, the 90-minute color fea- 
ture, continues in heavy demand in its fourth 
year of release. • 

THE PEACE CORPS 
Washington, D. C. 20525 

Roderick French. Administrative Assistant 

Office of Public Affairs 

Phone; (202) 382-3737 
Activities; Limited fibn activity. 
DisTBiBrTiON'; Two films, A Mission of Discov- 
ery (1964) and A Choice I Made (196.5) are 
distributed by United World Free Films through 
30 outlets in continental U.S., Alaska and Ha- 
waii. 

A third fihn, Assif!,nment: Langkawi (1965), 
a stor\- of Peace Corps nurses in Malaysia, is 
a\ailable on free loan to nursing schools and 
nursing organizations from Peace Corps, Wash- 
ington. 



FILM COUNCIL ORGANIZATIONS: 

(CONTINUED FROM THE PRECEDING PAGE 42) 

Thursday evening. October 24. Cocktail hour 
and dinner are $10.00 per person, by reserva- 
tion. • 

THE CANADIAN FILM INSTITUTE 

National Office: 1762 Catling Avenue, Ot- 
tawa 13, Ontario, Canada. 
Officers: Jean Clavel, President; A. L. Hep- 
worth, Vice President: Andre Saumier, Vice 
President; Gordon Noble, Honorary Treas- 
urer; J. G. Roberts, Executive Director. 

Divisions: Canadian Film Archives, National 
Science Film Library, Business Film Service. 

Purpose : To bring together Canada's educa- 
tional, scientific, cultural and community in- 
terest in the field of documentary films and 
to encourage and promote the study, ap- 
preciation and use of motion pictures and 
television as educational and cultural factors. 

Activities: Distribution — Film Library 
(10,000 titles in special collections); Na- 
tional Science Film Library established June, 
1962. Peter Morris, Director; Importation of 
films from other countries; Information Serv- 
ice; Preservation of films of historical interest; 
Distribution of sponsored films; Canadian 
Film Awards; Special services in the fields of 
business films, scientific films, films on art, 
medical films, etc. 

Publications: Catalogues, Special Subject 
Listings, Information Sheets. 

Committees: Canadian Film Awards, Cana- 
dian Film Archives, Canadian Labour Film 
Committee and the Children's Film Centre. • 



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New wave or old school? 




This happens to be a French drawing, circa 1780, 

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It might represent a contemporary artist. And he might 

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IT All Started with a Chinese 
proverb, "One picture is worth 
more than ten thousand words." 
Helen, with her face that sent all 
those ships sailing into the sun- 
set, built up the image. And the 
Pharisee's daughter who insisted 
that Moses "looked good in the 
rushes" put the capper on it. 
Movies were born! 

Then, Jonathan Swift, whose 
classic satire on life, Gulliver's 
Travels, became a motion picture 
gem long after he quit deriding 
the world, had to give Words- 
worth his infamous nickname, 
"Words, Words, Words." Narra- 
tors were born! 

What do you do with these dis- 
embodied voices who ignore the 
Chinese proverb, seldom emulate 
Helen because they rarely show 
their faces, and think Moses is 
a beleaugured expressway build- 
er in New York':' Baby them, 
baby, that's what you do, because 
they are the sole, tangible, real, 
human meaningful link between 
your film and its audience! 

Don't give that gorgeous hunk 
of vocal folds copy that was writ- 
ten to be read in a magazine or 
technical journal instead of being 
read aloud. Don't hand him a 
script and expect him to inter- 
pret the meaning of your film 
( when all he has to work with are 
some typewritten pages. Don't 
assume that he and your film 
won't benefit from a briefing ses- 
sion that includes the background 
of the material covered, some 
clues as to "special" pronuncia- 
tions and an idea of the size and 
complexion of the audience. 

Witness the ill-advised narra- 
tor: he's about to "voice" a film; 
get right down to the nitty-grit- 
tys with the audience. There are 
twelve people in that audience, 
but he doesn't know that. So, he 
comes on like Everett Dirksen. 
Or. the same chap with the mcUi- 
flous tones who ends up sound- 



ing like a funeral director advis- 
ing that beige is the color at For- 
est Lawn this year when his audi- 
ence is composed of 350 garage 
mechanics. 

Lo, the uninformed narrator: 
he's seen the script, but the pic- 
ture is a complete blank. He 
doesn't know what he's talking 



•a A New York-based narra- 
tor of scientific, medical and 
indusbial films and a com- 
mercial spokesnxan on tele- 
vision, Charles Mountain is 
narrating the Outdoorsmati 
series on NBC and is presi- 
dent of the N.Y. Chapter of 
the Academy of Television 
.\rts and Sciences there, • 



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about, when he should be empha- 
sizing something that he doesn't 
know what he's talking about or 
why he's talking about what he 
doesn't know what he's talking 
about. The script reads, "This 
third leg of the cadaver is hol- 
low," and poor velvet-tones has 
to decide whether the important 
point is the limb, the number 
thereof or the state of health of 
the subject. 

Do insist that your writers 
write words that are gentle when 
they trip from the tongue. Sen- 
tences should be just that, sen- 
tences. Anything else is just 
deathless printed — not spoken — 

prose. 

Do find time to either show 
your narrator the picture on a 
movieola, or screen it for him, 
or use the up-to-date facilities, 
with "back-up mechanisms" built 
in, available at most of the big 
recording studios and record the 
track toVicture. You'll save edit- 
ing time and get a better picture, 
to boot. 

Do let your narrator in on 
what's going to happen to the 
film when it's finished. If the 
audience is the Board of Direc- 
tors of the world's largest com- 
pany or the local Unwed Mother 
Foundation, he will be able to 
adjust his interpretation to fit. 

There's a Peter Thomas, a 
Norman Rose, a George Bryan 
waiting outside your door, eager 
to cive the best of his talent to 
making your film a worthy and 
memorable moment in the world 
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Eastern Airlines and Excedrin 
Win IBA Sweepstakes Awards 

iV A television series for Eastern 
Airlines by Audio Productions 
and a radio series for Excedrin by 
RKO won top sweepstakes hon- 
ors at the 8th annual Interna- 
tional Broadcasting Awards 
March 12. sponsored by the 
Hollywood Radio and Television 
Society. 

In all, trophy winners in 1 1 
television and 8 radio categories 
were announced, the final choice 
of judges from among 3103 
entries from 32 nations. 

The television sweepstakes 
winner was a series of three com- 
mercials for Eastern Airlines, 
titled Bahamas, Puerto Rico and 
Second Summer. The agency was 
Young & Rubicam. The commer- 
cials were produced by Audio 
Productions of New York and 
Filmways of California. 

The radio sweepstakes winner 
was a series of three commercials 
for Bristol-Myers" Excedrin, titled 
Mothers Coming, Blind Date and 
Slioe Store. The agency was 
Young & Rubicam and they were 
produced by RKO. New York. 

Winners in other television 
categories, their agencies and 
producers were: 

Live action, 60 seconds: Way- 
ward Cranberry for Ocean Spray 
Cranberries (Doyle Dane Bern- 
bach/Horn-Griner Productions). 

Live action, over 60 seconds: 
Super Insulation, for Union Car- 
bide Corp. (Young & Rubicam/ 
VPI). 

Live action, under 60 seconds: 
Umpire, for Johnson & Johnson 
(Young & Rubicam/Peterson 
Productions ) . 

Animation: Friends, for Proc- 
tor & Gamble Head & Shoulders 
Shampoo (Tatham-Laird & Kud- 
ner/Filmfair). 

Combination: Talking Eggs, 



for Swift & Co. Premium Bacon 
(McCann-Erickson/John Urie & 
Associates). 

ID'S (10 seconds and under): 
Chesebrough-Pond's (J. Walter 
Thompson/Jerry Ansel Produc- 
tions). 

Special (non English lan- 
guage): Volkswagen (Doyle 
Dane Bernbach/Turnus FUm, 
Zurich, Switzerland). 

Local: Barney's Clothes (Mo- 
gul Baker Byrne Weiss, Inc./ 
Pelican Films). 

Humorous: Mattel, Inc. (Car- 
won-Roberts / Spungbuagy 
Works). 

Public Service: Action for 
Transportation in New York 
State (Jack Tinker & Partners/ 
Rose-Magwood Productions). • 

H: * :i: 

Role of Smm Film Discussed 
At the 22nd Calvin Workshop 

r: More than 800 persons at- 
tending the recent 22nd Annual 
Calvin Workshop heard Calvin 
President Leonard Keck outline 
the role 8mm and Super 8mm will 
play in the film industry as "The 
New Dimension." 

Keck charged film-makers with 
the responsibility to recognize and 
support the industry revolution 
underway as the 8mm format be- 
gins appearing in mass distribu- 
tion. 

Held on two huge Calvin 
sound stages, the program cov- 
ered all phases of film produc- 
tion from pre-planning through 
release printing and distribution. 
Guest speakers included Col. 
James F. Warndorf, commander, 
1352 Photo Group. U.S. Air 
Force, with a special presentation 
on aerial combat photography; 
Robert M. Finehout, vice presi- 
dent of Association Films, who 
spoke on the distribution of films; 
and Eastman Kodak Company 



with their "Concepts in Commu- 
nications" program. 

A special demonstration of the 
picture and sound track qualities 
of 8mm film was attended by 
more than 600 of the delegates 

present at the Workshop. • 

* * * 

Sun Dials "While I Run 

This Race" Up for an "Oscar" 

tV Carl V. Ragsdale, president 
of Sun Dial Films, has received 
word that his company's produc- 
tion While I Run This Race has 
been nominated for the 1967 
Academy Award. The film is a 
sequel to Sun Dial's 1966 Ac- 




Carl \". Ragsdale 

ademy Award winning A Year 
Towards Tomorrow. 

This nomination is the third 
in the 24 year history of Sun 
Dial, making the company the 
first such documentary produc- 
tion firm to be so honored. 

Entered in the documentary 
category, the picture was pro- 
duced for the Office of Economic 
Opportunity. VISTA. Shot on lo- 
cation in Arizona, the film por- 
trays the work of four VISTA 
volunteers in the Southwest as- 
sisting migrant workers. 

Written and directed by Ed 
Levy, original music by Charlie 
Byrd, photography by Ross Lo- 
well, edited by John Oettinger. 
the 28 minute film is narrated 
by Charlton Heston. • 



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Denis Courtney Named Acting 
Executive Secretary for SMPTE 

■ir Denis A. Courtney's appoint- 
ment as Acting Executive Secre- 
tary of the Society of Motion Pic- 
ture and Television Engineers has 
been announced by G. Carleton 
Hunt, the Society's president. 

Courtney has been a member 
of the Society's Headquarters 
staff since 1953. and was Adver- 
tising and Conference Manager 
until his new appointment. 

Courtney replaces Lewis A. 
Bernhard, Jr., who recently re- 
signed. • 

Videotape Library Opened by 
Modern for Non-Broadcast TV 

•i! Modern Talking Picture Serv- 
ice, Inc. has opened a videotape 
library to serve the growing de- 
mand for taped programs to play 
on closed circuit (non-broadcast) 
educational and industrial televi- 
sion systems. 

Carl H. Lenz, Modem presi- 
dent, said, "For some time there 
has been increasing interest in 
using pre-recorded videotape. 
With the introduction of color 
tape in the one-inch format, we 
feel the time has come to move 
ahead in this field." 

Conversion of films to color 
tape will be handled through ar- 
rangements with individual spon- 
sors. Modern plans to convert 
hundreds of its 1 6mm sound films 
to videotape during the coming 
months. Availability of the free- 
loan tapes will be announced as 
they are produced. 

Initially, the tapes will be of- 
fered in the one-inch color for- 
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6000, and 7000 series equipment. 
Other formats will be made avail- 
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Paul Klingenstein (right), presi- 
dent of Arriflex Cor]jorafion of 
America, presents Arriflex 16S to 
Prof. William S. Shoemaker of 
Rochester's Technohsij Institute. 

Arriflex 16S Camera Outfit 
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T-V A new Arriflex I6S camera 
outfit was recently presented to 
the Rochester Institute of Tech- 
nology by Paul Klingenstein, 
president of the Arriflex Corpor- 
ation of America. 

The camera was the gift of Dr. 
Robert Richter, president of the 
manufacturer, Arnold & Richter, 
of Munich, West Germany, in 
commemoration of the firm's 
50th Anniversary. 

Klingenstein presented the 
camera outfit to Professor Wil- 
ham S. Shoemaker, director of 
RIT's School of Photographic 
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by fourth year students studying 
advanced motion picture photo- 
graphy. • 

* :i: * 

Hoback to Marketing Director 
For Bell & Howell A-V Division 

7>; In a move aimed at strengthen- 
ing the market services for the 
Audio Visual Products Division 
of Bell & Howell Co., Frank J. 
Hoback has been named direc- 
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ment, will be responsible for ad- 
ministration of the marketing 
functions of planning, develop- 
ment, testing, sales and commu- 
nications for the AV products 
division. 

At the same time, it was an- 
nounced that Charles A. Musson, 
former manager of AV sales, 

would become director of sales. 

* * * 

Paul V. Connelly to Direct 
Corporate Planning at Movielab 

it Movielab, Inc. has appointed 
Paul V. Connelly as treasurer 
and director of corporate plan- 
ning, according to company presi- 
dent Saul Jeffee. 

Jeffee said that Movielab is 
"launching an acquisition pro- 




Paul \. Connelly . . . 

he'll direct corporate planning. 

gram aimed at broadening our 
activities . . . primarily in allied 
fields," and that Connelly will 
head up the program. 

Connelly, who was associated 
with Pathe Laboratories. Inc., for 
1 1 years, most recently was pres- 
ident of International Business 
Relations Corporation, specializ- 
ing in the handling of merger and 
acquisition programs for clients 
of the Interpublic Group of Com- 
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FACTS OR FICTION! Many misconcep- 
tions exist concerning 16mm release prints 
made by the 35/32mm method, so it is ob- 
vious some explanation would be appropri- 
ate. Prints made by this method are not 
optical reductions as many believe, but are 
ordinary contact prints. Instead of using 
16mm raw stock, two prints are made on one 
piece of 35mm film. However, the 35mm film 
is perforated with 16mm perforations on both 
edges. An image is printed down one side 
and up the other. After printing and develop- 
ing, the 35mm film is passed through a slitter 
which cuts TA mils off each side, and then 
slits it down the center. 
The use of 35mm release stock provides a 
slight price advantage to this system — for one 
foot of 35mm film costs slightly less than two 
feet of 16mm. The 16mm image on the 35/ 
32mm printing negative is printed by contact 
or by an optical system. If the 16mm images 
are printed down one side and up the other 
in one printer pass, it is obvious the release 
print suffers. Timing changes or scene-to- 
scene color balancing cannot be accom- 
plished if both images are printed to the 
release stock simultaneously. The normal cus- 
tom is to print only one 16mm image onto 
the 35mm negative film. This makes for a 
more expensive negative because only one- 
half of the film is being used. If we had two 
16mm images on the same 35mm negative, 
so well-balanced that we could make a one- 
lite release print, then of course there would 
be a slight advantage in printing labor. But, 
this is not the usual case. 
After printing, the film can be processed on 
a 35mm machine, but if the developing ma- 
chine has 35mm sprockets, it will not accept 
the 16mm perforations. Of course, some 
machines can be modified by adding addi- 
tional special 35/32mm sprockets, but then 
time is wasted in re-threading the machine. 
So, normal procedure is to process the 35/ 
32mm film on a 35mm Tendency drive ma- 
chine. On a tendency or friction drive 
machine, the film is transported by friction 
on the rollers, consequently it is always slip- 
ping. This action causes abrasions on the base 
side of the film at both edges. This presents 
no problem in the 35/32mm method because 
the sprocketed areas are on the edges of the 
film where the abrasions occur, so the picture 
and sound image are not affected. 

Some think that there is an economic advan- 
tage in processing, but actually this is not so. 
Let us assume a developing machine has 
twelve 35mm rollers in each bank (twelve 
film strands) and the machine speed is 100 
feet per minute. If the machine were 
equipped with combination 35mm and 16mm 



rollers, the 16mm film fits in a slot in the 
middle of the 35mm rollers. If we process 
16mm film using these combination rollers, 
we would still have twelve strands of 16mm 
at 100 feet per minute. Now, if we print two 
16mm images on 35mm film and run it 
through the 35mm tendency rollers, we would 
still have twelve strands delivering 100 feet 
of 35mm per minute, but when slit this be- 
comes 200 feet of 16mm. This appears to be 
an economic advantage. But if we were to put 
16mm rollers on the same machine, twenty- 
four 16mm rollers would occupy the same 
space as the twelve 35mm rollers. We would 
now have twenty-four strands, and to main- 
tain the same developing time the machine 
would be run at twice the speed, delivering 
200 feet of 16mm that requires no slitting. 
Some claims are made that because the 35/ 
32mm sound tracks are on the inside of the 
film, and do not contact the rollers, the signal 
to noise ratio of the sound track is improved. 
This is true if we are comparing to 16mm film 
processed on a 16mm tendency machine. But, 
if processed on a 16mm machine with 
sprocket drive, no abrasions would exist be- 
cause there is no slipping or friction for the 
teeth of the rollers transport the film. No 
advantage in this regard is evident. 
When 16mm film comes off a 16mm 
sprocketed machine, it is immediately ready 
for inspection and shipping. This is not so 
with the 35/32 film for it now has to be slit 
three ways. This operation is critical and adds 
additional expense. Unfortunately, the film 
laboratory cannot slit as accurately as the film 
manufacturer, so there is always the possibil- 
ity of side-to-side weave of the image. 
In the 35,/32mm technique, making just one 
print or any odd number of prints is eco- 
nomically unsound, for we have to throw 
away the other half of the film. Also, any 
equipment malfunction in the 35/32mm 
method causes two prints to be thrown away 
instead of one. 

Our laboratory does not endorse the 
35/32mm method, but we do accept 35/ 
32mm negatives for printing. But we always 
print to 16mm raw stock which is processed 
on a 16mm sprocket machine. It appears then 
that there are no advantages to the 35/32mm 
technique! But wait — there is one! If a lab- 
oratory has existing 35mm processing ten- 
dency machines and does not wish to invest 
in additional 16mm machines with their de- 
veloping crews, there is an advantage. But 
only for that laboratory ! 
For the print buyer the 35/32mm format has 
no advantage — quality-wise or price-wise. As 
a matter of fact, there may be a few slight 
disadvantages. 



byron 




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Aiiniuil nxxluction Hc\ic\\ 

ANNUAL GUIDE TO FILM WRITERS 




ARAftlNGTON & MEISTER 

220 East 54th St., New York. N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) MU 8-3909 
Date of Organization: 1960 
H. F. Armington, Writer-Director 
I. W. Meister, Industrial P. R. Consultant 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pktt-bes: Tlie Orahesive Bandage 
' ( Sfurgis-Grant Productions, Inc./E. R. Squibb & 
; Sons. Inc.); Introduction to Weatltrr; Radar Set 
I AX'PPS-5; Turret Hydraulic St/iicms, .A/107- 
,1 iAIllO; buroduction to Military Paekacing: Pack- 
l| flging of Dangerous Materials; Packaging far 
Parcel Post (U.S. Army). Slidefilms; Facts 
and Fantasies of Filter Sales (Training Films, 
Inc./Purolator Products, Inc.). 

JOHN C. BANCROFT 
5855 N. Sheridan Rd.. Chicago. 111. 60626 
Phone: (312) ARdmorc 1-7747 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictlbes: Water, Where and When 
You Want It; Who Cares . . .?; Keepers of the 
Blue Flame (Pilot Productions/ Mueller Co.); 
The Little Big Star (Pilot Productions' \'ictor 
Div. Dana Corp.); Seal/ Lubricant Compatibil- 
ity (Pilot Productions/ Chicago Rawhide); The 
Cash-In Component (AUis Chalmers/ direct); 
Colorado Carnations (Henderson, Bncknam is. 
Co.); The Priceless Posturcpcdic (Burt .Munk 
Productions/ Sealy); A Healthy Outdoors for 
Outdoors Comfort (Telecine/Nat'l Sprayers is 
Duster Assoc). Slidefilms; Pilot Productions 
(DuBois Chemical-1); Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sam- 
ple (Frigidaire-3); D. Edelman & Assoc. 
(EKCO-1); Interlock Productions (.\T&T-1); 
Telecine (J. R. Thompson Co.-2); Burt Munk 
Productions (Sears-1). 

SHERMAN BECK 

207 East 43rd St., .New York. N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) Oxford 7-1439 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Sherman Beck. Writer Director 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Puiihe^: Coin! and Carifid ( Depicio 
Films Uniroyal); The Turning Point (Drew 
Lawrence Productions Cincinnati Lathe & Tool 
Co.); Springlitne Visit (Marathon International 
U.S. Informiition .Agenc\); The Trip (Filin- 
scopc Inc.); Yistcrday. Today and Tomorroiv 
(WCD, Inc. Episcopal Diocese of New York); 
Repair Parts Identification (U.S. Army Signal 
Corps) . 

LESTER S. BECKER 

11 Coh Drive. Weslporl. Conn. 06880 
Phone: (203) 226-0300 
Le.ster Becker. Writcr-Dirrclor 



WILLIAM BERNAL 

203 Glen Ave., Sea Cliff, L.I., N.Y. 11.579 

Phone: (516) OR 6-1664 

Date of Organization: I94fi 

\\"illiiirn licrn.il, WriUr-VToduci r 
RECENT SCRIPTS. PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pk tihes; Duicoicr America; Discover 
the Fast; Discover trc West (Reid U. Ra> 
United Air Lines); The Story of the Century 
(National Cash Register Co.); A Belter Tomor- 



ISth PRODUCTION REVIEW 



WILLIAM BERNAL: CONTINUED 
row (Film Enterpri.ses, Inc./IBM); The Man & 
tlu; Memory (Reid H. Rav/Fosha\' Tower 
Corp.); What's the \ew Idea (Film Enter- 
prises/Dept. of Defense); Defensive Retreat; 
Anxiety; Aggress-ion and Hostility (Audiovisual 
Center' U.S. PuUic Health Service). 



SPENCER BOSTWICK'S PLANFILM, INC. 
3212 'O' Street, N.W .. Washington, D.C. 

20007 
Phone: (202) 337-2181 
Date of Organization: 19.58 
Spencer Bostwick, Owner— Head, Script 

Production and Storyhoard Services 
Susan Ehzabeth Johnson, Editorial Assistant 

RICHARD W. BRUNER 

172 Highland .\ve., Ridgewood. New Jersey 

07450 
Phone: (201) 447-1261 
New York Phone: (212) 688-2019 

Date of Organization: 1963 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictiues: East Harlem (L'nion Settle- 
ment); A Bridge to Love (N.Y. State Dept. of 
Welfare); A Kind of Strcnp,lh (Cancer Care); 
Hundred Percenters; Growing Markets, Grow- 
ing Men (IBM). Slidefilms: They Have Over- 
come; The ycnro Protest; ( Warren Schloat Pro- 
ductions); / Giif'.v.s / Forgof (.\T&T); Business 
Dollar Guide (Prudential Insurance); Your 
School Budget (New Jersey Federation of Dis- 
trict School Boards). 



COE-PEACOCK, INC. 

Governor's House. S4()() \\ isconsin .\ve., 
Washington, O.C. 20014 

Phone: (301) 6.56-.5240 

Date of Organization; 1961 

Lowrv N. Coe. Jr., Partner 

Clifford L. Peacock, Partner 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
MonoN PicTims: I'hc liiologist and th( Jii);/; 
.A Promise to Pete (Charlie-Papa Productions/ 
Gulf States .Marine Fisheries Comm); Heritage 
of a Junior Miss (G.M Photo/ Chevrolet and 
Eastman Kodak); Legacy of Hope (Charlie- 
Papa Productions/ Project Hope); Perils of 
Paula (U.S. Marine Corps); Mexico Manana 
(Bonanza Airlines); .Vfliu/ .Air Sysiems Com- 
mand (U.S. Navy); 1967 Buick Open Golf 
Tournament (CM Photo/ Buick Div.); Quick 
Change Artist; XM-2~ Helicoplcr Armament 
(Aberdeen Proving Grounds); Second Chance 
for Charlie; The Case Sever Closes (U.S. Pub- 
lic Hc:dlli Senice); While Lighlninn and Mc 
(GM Photo/ Chevrolet Div.); Tornado! (En- 
\ ironineiit:il Science Senices Administration); 
Welcome In Winter (Patterson Associates/ Evin- 
nide); One at a Time (GM Photo Buick Div.); 
An Introduction to .V.AS Knroule Slagi' A (l"ed- 
eral .Aviation .Administration); The Mark of 
Allison (GM Photo ' Allison Division); Meat In- 

The "star" over a writer listing in these 
pages denotes advertising text for added re- 
ference elsewhere in the Production Review. 



COE-PEACOCK, INC: CONTINUED 
spection Tcchniques-7-film series (U.S. Dept. 
of -Agriculture); Friendship Jamboree (Ex-Cell- 
O Corporation/ Boy Scouts). Slidefilms; Tlie 
Rough Road to Rehabilitation; Heart of the 
Matter (U.S. Public Health Service); Decision 
Oldstnobile (GM Photo /Oldsmobile Div.). 
Meetinc. Pb(x;ha-ms (MPs, SSFs): 1968 Olds- 
mobile Competitive Comparison (GM Photo/ 
Oldsmobile); 1968 Pontiac Product Review 
(GM Photo/ Pontiac Div.). 

DEAN COFFIN & ASSOCIATES 
7201 Hollywood Blvd.. Hollywood. Calif. 

90046 
Phone: (213) S76-8979 
Date of Organization: October, 1965 
Dean Coffin. Executive Associate 
\V. D. Coffin, Office Manager 
Robert .A. Thoin, Midwest Associate 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictukf.s; for Edmaiids & Reagan Co. 
(Rav Patin Productions); .American Bar Assn.; 
Richfield Oil (Chris Petersen Productions). Re- 
search, writing and P. R. presentations for TW.A. 



* 



JOHN DAVENPORT 
1000 Dodge St., Evanston, 111. 60202 
Phone: (312) 491-9735 
Date of Organization: 1968 
John Davenport, Multi-Media Writer 



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JANE WARE DAVENPORT 

924 Columbus St.. \\ ilmette. Ill 60091 

Phone: (312) 256-4250 

Date of Organiziition: 1968 

Jane Ware Davenport, Writer-Scripts, Lyrics 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibes: Series of five films on draw- 
ing (Jack Lieb Productions Art Institute of 
Chicago); two motion pictures for EB Films. 



* 



LEE DAVIS 
6311 Saddle Tree Drive. .Alexandria, Virginia 

22310 
Phone: (703) 971-4088 
Date of Organiz.ition: 1965 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

MoiioN PiiiiKKs: Tin Antique Man; Slop. 
Look and Lislen; Scoreboard (C;iKiii-DeFrenes 
C:oip. Small Business .Administriition); OSSA 
lliglilights of 1967 (NASAh Rescue! A Sur- 
vivor's Rrsixinsibilily (Norwood Studios 'U.S. 
Air Force); Air Traffic Controllers Health Pro- 
gram (Federal .Aviation .Administration); Sales 
Trailer (CaUin-DeKrenes Corp EEC E Assoc.); 
Safe Side Clyde (ISDA Forest Service :uid 
OEO). Slidefilms: Teaclting the Disadvan- 
laned Child (National Education As.sn.); To 
Right A Wrong (NEA). 



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TED DE ALBERICH 
14 Yarmouth Rd., Chatham, New Jersey 

07928 
Phone: (201) 635-8678 
Ted de .'\Iberich, Writci-Dinclor 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictures: Civil Di>^tiiil>iincis-Pniuiples 
of Control; Civil Dixtiirhancca-planniiin for con- 
trol: Operation Crazi/ Cat: Operation of Data 
Acquisition Systems (U.S. Aimy); Shooting for 
Fan (Winchester-Western); Airborne Radio Di- 
rection Finding Systems: Electronic M'aifarc: 
Prisoner of War Activities, Vietnam; Leaflet Dis- 
semination; Signal Secarity Planning: Raid 
Planning & Target Analysts; Loud-speakers in 
Psychological Operations (U.S. Army). Direc- 
ted Only: Preparation for Tomorrow's World; 
Your Place in the Nuclear Age; The Silent Picket 
(U.S. .^miy). 



EDITORIAL SERVICES, INC. 

1276 West Third Street, Clevehind, Ohio 
44113 

Phone; (216) TOwer 1-4577 

Date of Incorporation; 1952 

Wilham D. Ellis. President 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: C-5.A Calcrxy-World's 
Larnest Aircraft (U.S. Air Force); Behind These 
Doors (Niles Communications, Inc/ Readers 
Digest'Super Market In.stitnte); Kec)} Out-Wet 
Paint (Cleveland Board of Education); Wealh- 
erhead Story (Cinecraft Productions/ Weathci- 
head Co. ) ; The Professional Gel Coater ( Indus- 
trial Motion Pictures, Inc./Ferio Corp.); For- 
mica System 202 (Cinecraft Productions Inc./ 
Formica Coi-p.). Slidefilm: Five Magic Mir- 
rors. 

DON FRIFIELD 

55 West 42nd St., New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) 565-5230 
Don Fiifield, Writer-Director 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: In Search of huioiaticni 
(Jack Lieb Productions/ Office of Education); 
The Nearest Star (Time-Life Broadcasting' 
N.E.T.); The View from Tirh. Think Tanks, 
Farms of the Future, Youth & the Draft. Tech- 
nology in the Schoolhouse, A Royal Vi.sit (U.S. 
Information Agency); Of Books and Libraries 
(\V;iyne Productions/ Bro-Dint Industries); 
Child of the Con.stitution (Dept. of Defense); 
Story of the Centioy, The Computer in Retail- 
ing (National C;ish Register Co.); Tomorrow is 
Noiv (Eggert Productions /Centra! Hudson Cas 
& Electric); The Hospital Ship (Jack Lieb Pro- 
ductions/ U.S. Navy); Wings to Japan (Film 
Authors/Pan American Airways); In Muted 
Praise of Men Who Sell (Sales & Marketing E.\- 
ecutivcs International); Nctc Sounds in Africa 
(Cold Dolpliin Productions). Slidefilm.s: The 
Croup Travel Challenge (TWA); A Customer 
Is A Cusiomer Is A Customer, The Finaiwial He- 
tail Plan (National Cash Register); Field Sup- 
port. Suggestions (IBM). 



JAMES B. GAHAN 

21 Claremont Ave., New York. N.Y. 10027 

Phone: (212) 666-0025 

|iin (;alian, Writer-Diriclor 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pic:tukes: Clean, Clear Watir (|ohns 
Manville); Butyl Tube Splicing (Es.so Chem- 
ical Co.); (;A/S-133 .\utomaled Checkout Sys- 
tem (Bendix Corp.); Mineral Fillers for Indus- 
try (Johns Manville); Triumph at Sc/jring 



JAMES B. GAHAN: CONTINUED 
(Triumph Motors); Integrated Logistic Sup/wirt, 
.Army Aviation: The Ninth Division in Vielmnii 
(U.S. Army). Slidefilms; Flight to Adventiii 
(NancN Taylor European Seminar); and loi 
IBM, Kollsman Instrument Corp., Worthingtun 
Corp., and Shell Chemical. 

DWINELL GRANT 

Solebury, Bucks County, Pennsylvania 18963 

Phone: (215) 297-5204 

Date of Organization: 19.55 

Dwiiiell Grant, Science Writer & Animation 
Designer 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Alcoholism As A Disease 
(Sturgi.s-Grant Productions/ Pfizer Labora- 
tories); Cancer of the Prostrate ( Sturgis-Gnmt 
Productions/ American Cancer Society); Dif- 
ferential Diag,nosis of Chest Pain (Aegis Produc- 
tions/ Warner-Chilcott Laboratories) ; Emer- 
gency Ambulance Service (Sturgis-Grant Pro- 
ductions/American College of Surgeons); Hor- 
mone Therapy for Advanced Cancer (Aegis Pro- 
ductions/American Cancer Societ\'); Radio- 
grapic Visualization of the Biliary Sy.stem (Stur- 
gis-Grant Production/ Cornell Medical Center); 
F.mergencti Case of the Injured Patient-'! parts 
(Sturgis-Grant Productions/ Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital and M.E.N.D.). 

ROBERT HECKER 

745 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, Cal. 
90038 

Phone: (213) WE 7-1016 

Date of Organization; 1960 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: TOW System; Teleeomiuuni- 
cations; Strategy for Survival (Hughes Aircraft 
Co.);W/!i/ Alrep; Ice Suit; Oceanog,raphy (V.S. 
N;ivv); C.-B Warfare (Garrett Coip.); Age of 
the Double E (Lawrence R;rdi.ation Lab/AEC); 
Anatomy of Success (Walter Wise Prod. /Com- 
sat); The Homeless Child (Los Angeles Coun- 
t\ ) ; New Dimensions in Time ( Lockheed Air- 
craft); Delta-Workhorse of Space (Douglas .\ir- 
cr;ift Co.). 







BRUCE HENRY 

Victory Heights, Stone Lake 2, Wisconsin 

54876 
Phone: (715) 865-3227 

( operates from mobile travel office when on ■ 
assignment; mail to Stone Lake address is for- 
warded. ) 

CLARK HOWAT 

8399 Topanga Can>on Blvd.. Suite 207A. 

Canoga Park, California 91304 
Phone: (213) 887-6074 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictires: 7'/ir World's Fastesi Sport 
(Pantomime Pictures); Ohtaininfi the Offer 
(Sonndfilm, Inc./ California Real Estate Assn.); 
Qualifying the Buyer (Sonndfilm, Inc. Cali- 
fornia Real Estate .\ssn.); Crisis in Education 
(Sonndfilm, Inc.). Slidefilm: Communicating. 
Bank Binefits (Staff Development Inc./ Western 
Haiicorporation). Tr.mninc Courses: Suceessjul 
Real F.slale Selling Technitiues (Methods ;uid 
Motiviitiou Inc.); The ABC Plan (Staff De- 
velopment, Inc./Bav Area Grocers As.sn.); Re- 
tail Salesnmuship (Staff Development, Inc/ Bul- 
lock's Stores). 

"Late" listings will appear in early Supplement. 



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MOTION PICTURE „- 
DESIGNERS i PRODUCERS 

NEW ^ORK 



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To our many good friends and traveling 
companions these past years. 

Our thanks for all your good wishes dur- 
ing our anniversary year. 

^ decade of film-making is not in itself 
oarticularly noteworthy ... we share this 
Tiinor distinction with many other pro- 
duction companies. 

During these years, however, our films 
have achieved an uncommon degree of 
success and some notable awards for 
you. our clients, and for us. And largely 
because of a few basic, perhaps note- 
worthy ideas about film-making we share 
together. 



"The medium is the message," says 
tVlarshall McLuhan . . . and he's right, to 
a point. 

But when you're designing films to in- 
form, persuade or educate, we believe 
the message should transcend the 
medium. 

It's easy to put motion into pictures. 
It's more important to make that motion 
meaningful. 



Documentary, promotion film or TV spot 
...we believe a film can be straight- 
forward, without being dull ... imagina- 
tive, without being carried away . . . excit- 
ing, without being psychedelic. 

We're gratified to know so many of you 
agree with us. 



The Microstick lighters? They've been 
in demand ever since we designed them. 
Newcomers — write to us and we'll be 
happy to tell you how to get one. 




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A GUIDE TO WRITERS: 

CHARLES E. HUSTON 

7337 Beechwood Drive, Mentor, Ohio 44060 

Phone: (216) 255-3189 

Date of Oiganization: 1961 

Charles E. Huston, Writer-Scripts and Lyrics 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
MoTiov PiCTiBES: Traffic Safety— Wright-Pat- 
terson AFB Orientation; Rcia-sciilarization for 
Chronic Intestinal Ischemia: Pattclectoniy uith 
Reconxiriiction of Quadriceps Tendon Mcchan- 
v>m (Cineciaft/U.S. Air Force.). Slidefilms; 
Higher Productivity tcith the Seybold Sabre 
IV (John Abel Harris-Seybold); Expandable 
Adapter Sleeves (Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.). 
S.^LES Meetings: for Goodyear Tire & Rubber 
Co.; Champion Spark PKig Co.; Lee Tire Co. 

PAUL W. JENSEN 

115 South Benton St., Palatine, 111. 60067 
Phone: (312) 358-1137 
Date of Organization: 1963 
Paul W. Jensen, Writ( r 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Liquid Assets; Plouinf^ Un- 
limited: The Secret of Hydrostatic Tractor 
Farming, Keep Your Comhiric Moving; Prin- 
ciples of Hydrostatic Transrtiission (Internation- 
al Harvester Co.); A Woman's Place (Kellock 
Productions/ National Live Stock and Meat 
Board); Forty Years Through Friendly Skies 
(Sarra/ United .'\ir Lines); .\'o Time to Lose 
(Gilbert ,'\lt.schul Productions/ American Dental 
Assn.); Conlrollino Body Temperature tcith 
Aquamatic K-thcrmia (Gilbert Altschul Produc- 
tions/American Hospital Supple Corp.); The 
Beauties of 7-75 (Gilbert .'\ltscliul Productions/ 
Pure Oil Co. ) ; Pattern for Progress ( University 
of K\'./Cit\'-Coiint\' planning Commission of 
Lexington and Fayette Co.). Slidefilm: Doc- 
tor's Orders: Getting Better Is Getting Worse 
(Industrial Film Group/ Continental Casualty 
Co.); Jack-Vac; The Difference Is Profit (Pilot 
(Pilot Productions/ Whirlpool Corp.); How to 
Use the Potccr of Demonstration (Burt Munk 
& Co./Sears, Roebuck & Co,). 

PHILIP KALFUS 
1323 51st Street, Brooklyn, N,Y, 11219 
Phone; (212) GEdney ,5-1075 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Tin Big Piclure (three half- 
hour T\' documentaries; The Right Track (.\ssn. 
of American Railroads); The Crooked Wheel 
( McQuay-Norris Mfg. Corp.); and 12 training 
films for the U.S. Amiy. 

ALEXANDER KLEIN 

521 West 112th St.. New York, N.Y. 10025 

Phone: (212) AC 2-7634 

.Mexandcr Klein & Sl;ilt, Writ, rs 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: The Art of the Computer 
(AT&T); other motion pictures and shows for 
American Electric Power, Citgo Oil, Screen 
Gems, Metropolitan Life Insurance, Acme Sup- 
ermarkets, Lentheric, Reddi Kilowatt, Johnson 
& Johnson, and others, 

DAN KLUGHERZ 

48 Arrandalc .\venue. Great Neck, New York 
Phone: (516) HUntcr 2-57.37 

D:iii Kluglicr/. Wrifcr-DircclorProihii I r 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Men Who Teach (IIar\:ud 
University/ National Educational Television/ 1 n- 
terel). 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 




John Savage 
Writer-Producer 



Recent motion pictures written 
and produced by John Savage: 



^ 



J 



"Three Parts of Gaul" (sponsored by the French Government Tourist OfRce): J 966 /nfernationo/ fWm & TV 
Festival of New York — Silver Medal. Ninth Annual CINE Film Competition, Washington, D. C. — The Golden 
Eagle. Fifteenth Annual Columbus Film Festival — The Chris" Award Also selected to represent the United 
States in two foreign film festivals. 

"Fascinating Finland" (sponsored by SAS and the Finnish Notional Travel Office): Eighth Annual CINE Film 
Competition, Washington, D C. — The Golden Eagle. Eighth Annual Vancouver International Film Festival, 
Vancouver, B. C. — selected to represent the United States at this Festival. 

"Two Worlds of Scandinavia" (sponsored by SAS and the Scandinavian Travel Commission): Ninth Annuo/ 
CINE Film Competition, Washington, D. C — The Golden Eagle Seventh American Film Festival of New York 

— selected for Festival presentation. Ninth Annual Vancouver International Film Festival, Vancouver, B. C. — 
selected to represent the United States at this Festival. 

"Breezing Through Bavaria" (sponsored by Lufthansa and the German Federal Railroad): 1967 International 

Film & TV Festival of New York — Bronze Medal 

"Come Cruise With Us!" (sponsored by Zim Lines): 1965 /nternafiono/ Film & TV Festival of New York — 

— Silver Medal. 



CREST PRODUCTIONS, 550 Fifth Avenue. New York City 10036, (212) 362-7519 



18lh PRODl'CTION REVIEW 



109 



ANNUAL GUIDE TO FILM WRITERS: 



ED KNOWLTON 

Box 368, Charlton City, Massachusetts 01508 
Phone: (617) 248-5886 
Date ot Organization: 1963 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Picti'bes: The Spearhead (York Tele- 
vision Centre Ltd. /Canadian Arthritis and Rheu- 
matism Society); The Essential Spark (Audio 
Productions, Inc. /Atlantic Richfield Oil Co.); 
People . . . Preemon . . . and Ptncer (Ba> State 
Film Productions/ Standard Screw Co. ) ; A Vcnj 
Special Man (U.S. Navv); It's Your Move (Sun 
Dial Films, Inc./ Small Business Administra- 
tion ) . 

PAUL A, IITECKY 

P.O. Box 310, Springfield, Pa. 19064 
Phone: (215) 544-4444 543-7336 
Date of Organization; No\'ember, 1966 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; Kaleidoscope (AMC Corp.); 
The RfUf/iiiK 500 (Reading Machine Co.); Us- 
ing the Voting Machine (New York Board of 
Elections); Formula for Profit: The Hidden Five 
(Aimcee Wholesale Corp.); Imagincering (In- 
gersoll-Rand Co. ) ; Troubleshooting Electric 
Circuits (U.S. Air Force); A Standard for Ex- 
cellence (Bendix Scientific Instrument and 
Vacuum Div. ) ; Prospects for Profit ( Inger- 
soll-Rand Co. ) ; How Could M'e Do Without-? 
(Asten-Hill Mfg Co.); Turboniotor (Airborne 
Accessories Corp. ) ; Positive Performance ( Bern 
Studios); Filmed Sales Presentations for AMC 
Corp. Slidefilms: ATMOS— Foundation for 
Service; From Athens with Love (Ingersoll- 
Rand Corp.); The Franchising Sysicm of Dis- 
tribution; Merchandise Pricing; Merchandise 
Control (Small Business Administration). T\' 
CoMMEHCiALS; for Wool Caipets of America; 
Aimcee Wholesale Corp.; Philadelphia Carpet 
Co. 

SUMNER J. LYON 

518-8th Street, Wilmette, Illinois 60091 

Phone: (312) ALpine 6-1526 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Simmer |. Lnoh, Film Writer-C()nsuU<int 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; So You Want to Be A . . . 
(Telecine/ Vocational Guidance series); Lang,- 
uage Mas-ter ( Telecine/ Bell & Howell); Zono- 
lite ( Telecine/ W. R. Grace & Co.); Wyoming 
(Wyoruing Tr;ivel Commission). Slidefilms: 
Who Cares. (Plaza Productions/ Greyhound 
Lines Inc.). 

JOHN K. MacKENZIE 

957 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 10028 
Phone: (212) RE 7-4091 
Date of Organization; 1958 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; for Cities Sei-vice Oil Co. 
(CITGO). Trans- World Airlines, Edison Elec- 
tric Institute, Heublein Cocktails, National Cys- 
tic Fibrosis Research Foundation, American 
B;inkers Assn. Videotapes: for the 3M Co. TV: 
20 half -hours (science and engineering) for 
NET distribution. 

JEANETTE B. MARSH 

1400 N. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 

60610 
Phone: (312) WHilehall 4-4180 
Date of Organization: 1960 
Miss [e;inette B. Marsh, Writer 



OSMOND MOLARSKY 

P.O. Box 6, Sacramento, California 
Phone: (916) 922-6563 
Date of Organization: 1946 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; Tlic Ml. Hushtnori Story 
(.National Park Service); Secrets of A Brook 
(KVIE, Sacnmiento). Slidefilms: The Con- 
dors (National Forest Service/ Marvin Becker 
Productions); Pioneer Village (Marvin Becker 
Productions). 

LAWRENCE MOLLOT 

71 West 23rd Street, New York, N.Y. 10010 
Phone: (212) YU 9-1750 

Lawrence Mollot, Writer-Director 

Ceceille Lester, Associate 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Earth Stations for Communi- 
cation Satellites (General Telephone & Elec- 
tronics); Es-pionage Warfare (U.S. Air Force); 
The Tactical Telephone; Minuteman in Mon- 
tana (Sylvania Electronic Systems); How to 
Repair a Zipper (Talon); How to Set a Tabic 
(International Silver); Discovery (Tennessee 
Valley Authority); Communication Tools for 
Management ( McLaughlin Research Coi^p. ) ; 
Hennin^sen's Egg Breaker (Film Graphics). 

BRUCE MOODY 

372 Central Park West, New York, N.Y. 
10025 

Phone: (212) UN 5-5278 

Date of Organization: 1961 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Sike Hercules Missle Daily 
Safety Checks; Nike Hercules Mixsile & Launch- 
er Cheeks; R&D Report #31; They Also Serve 
(L'.S. Armv Pictorial Center). Non-Amiy pro- 
jects still in production. 



BYRON MORGAN ASSOCIATES, INC. 
1025-33rd St.. N.W . W ashington, D.C. 20007 
Phone: (202) 333-5155 
Date of Organization; 1961-Inc.: 1965 
Associated with: Gotham Rhodes Ltd., at Co- 
lumbia Pictures Corp., 438 Gower St., Holly- 
wood, California; Biofilms, Easton, .Maryland 
Byron .Morgan, Writer 
Tonv Lazzarino, Writer 

Pat .M(ng;m, Res(arch Writer, Fihn Research 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Military Nursinf^—Viet Nam; 
Youi Top Four (Dept. of Defense); Agricul- 
ture I'SA; The American Eagle; Alaska— The 
Great Lund (Ahiska Centennial Celebration); 
Highlights of 1967 (Sun Dial Films/ NASA); 
Fresnel Lense Optical Landing Systetn; Opera- 
tion and Maintenance; The Torpedo Story (U.S. 
Navy); There Comes A Day (President's Coun- 
cil on Youth Opportimity ) ; The Making of the 
Final Guns (Gotham Rhodes Ltd.). 

EDWARD R. MURKLAND, Writer 

27 Bank Street, Box 38, New Milford, Conn. 

06776 
Phones: (203) EL 4-3301/. 5660 

Date of Organization: 1962 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Mountain and the Sea 



EDWARD R. MURKLAND: CONTINUED 

(Northeast Utilities); The Story of Wire (U.S. 
Steel); 7'ito Faces of Nature ( B;iy State Film 
Prods./ Asphalt Roofing Industry Bureau); Mo- 
tion Magic (Bay State Fibn/Fafnir Bearing 
Co. ) ; The Name is Hercules ( Matt Farrell 
Prods./ Rec-Chek Inc.). Presentations: Maga- 
zine Networks, Inc., Puerto Rico Economic De- 
velopment Administration, Michael [ohn Asso- 
ciates. Sales -meetincs: Indian Head, P. Lor- 
rilard (Michael [ohn Associates). 

NICK NICKOLSON 

6222 Rex Drive, Dallas, Texas 75230 
Phone: (214) EM 8-0903 
Date of Organization: 1957 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

NhrriON Pictures: for The Hour of St. Francis, 
Dierks Forests, Southwestern Bell Telephone, 
Chr\sler Boats, General .Motors, Cal Farley's 
Boys Ranch, Texas Gulf Oil, H E W, Bureau of 
Mines. 







•m The "star" over a writer listing in these 
pages denotes advertising text for added re- 
ference elsewhere in the Production Review. 



EDDIE O'BRIEN - THE WRITER 

67 Old Highway, Wilton, Conn. 06897 
Phone: (203) '762-8400 
Date of Organization: 1960 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Picti'res; Diseoieranui; The Object of 
Our Affection; Somebody Is Doinn Something; 
Who Says Nobody's Perfect?; I'd Rather Be 
Right; Plain Talk (General Motors/direct). 

EARL PEIRCE, Scripts 

Blue Mountain Farm. Blairstown, N.J. 07825 

Phone: (201) 362-6087 

Date of Organization: 1945 

Earl Peirce. Writer-Director 
Ser\ices; Scripts and stor\boards; direction and 
editorial coordination. 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Chemical Information and 
Data System; Mission of Medical Research 
Laboratory; Medical fl&D Report II; What Goes 
on Here (Edgewood .Arsenal); 77ir Exterior 
Guard; Division Mditary Police Operations 
(Arms Pictorial Center); Lung Cancer: Diag- 
nosis and Managenwnt (American Cancer Soci- 
ety); EDP in Paynu'nt Center Operations 
(Social Security Administration). Other classi- 
fied films. 

LOUIS ANTHONY PETRONIO 

2104 Genesee St. Utica, New York 13502 

Phone: (315) 732-4.535 

D:itc of Organiz:iti(in: 19.58 

Louis A. Petronio, Writ( r 6: Cami unnan 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictures: Day in the Life of An Au- 
thor; The Lost Wondeiiul of Winter (Louis 
Anthony Petronio). 

STAN PHILLIPS 
1060 Bannock St., Denver, Colo. 80204 
Phone: (303) 534-6494 
Date ot Organization: 1962 
Stanley C. Phillips, Writer-Consultant 



HENRY R. POSTER & ASSOCIATES 

South Farm Itoad, Port ^\'ashingtOll, N.Y. 

110,50 
Phone: (516) PC 7-1310 
Date of Orgiinization: 1961 
Hcnr\ R. Poster, Writer. Director 



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BUSINESS SCREEN 



1968 



f 




Round Peg 

in a Round Hole 




We think script writing is fine to stort with- 
Thot's the start of fine script writing. 

Spencer Bost\A/ick's 
Plantilm, Inc. 

3212 O St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 
Phone: 202/337-2181 



Ruth L Ratny Enterprises 



70 East Walton Street 



Chicago, Illinois 60611 



♦ Telephone MO U-5236 * 



D 




D 



...writer-producer of 
business films, slide- 
films, sales meetings 
and TV commercials. 



ANNUAL GUIDE TO FILM WRITERS: 




James b.gahan 

21 Claremont Ave.New York.NY 10027 
212-666-0025 



Writer and Creative Director of Motion Pictures, 
Slide Films and Graphic Presentations 






91A Columbus Street 
Wilmetle, III. 60091 



(312) 
256-4250 



HENRY R. POSTER & ASSOCIATES: 

Joyce Ke\s Poster, R. N., Research 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictxibes; 77i(' First \'inety (Aegis/ 
lulius Wile & Sons); What to Sec and Do in 
Athmtie City (VIS/AMA); Washington News- 
reel (PCC-TV'ADA); The Latciner Method 
(Aegis .American Pulpvvood Assn.); What to Do 
in Dallas ( PCC-TS' ACOG ) ; Station IDs (Kay- 
fetz bucklev); News Break (NCME, Hoffman 
LaRtR-he); Paek It. Park It. Ship It . . . In Pa- 
per (Aegis St. Regis Paper Co.). Slidefilms; 
Qiiiilitil with Eeonomii ( Kayfetz Simmons 
Ciroup Holidays); The Big Screen (Marketing 
Evaluations ) . 

HARRY PRESTON 

1279 W. Forest Ave., Detroit, Michigan 
48201 

Phone: (313) 831-1786 

861 N. Detroit St., Hollywood Calif. 90046 

Phone: (213) 934-7302 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Harry Preston. Writer, Director. Producer 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti'bes; Permanent Protection (Zie- 
bart Process Corp., Detroit); Bionics in Aero- 
space Control (Rendi.\ Research Laboratories); 
Series of promotional films (Merit Mufflers/ 
Instructional Arts). Slidefilms: Knott' t/otir At- 
tittides. Know Yourself, Know Your Future (In- 
ternational Salespower Inst.); Atlanta (John 
Colburn Associates). Live Show; Over the 
Counter (Revues Red Mill in Detroit and New 
York). TV Commercials: Fanner Jack's Mar- 
kets, Star Coffee Filters, Pontiac, Tops Tooth- 
brush (Ted Petok Studios, Detroit). 



RUTH RATNY 

70 E. Walton St.. Chicago, Illinois 60611 
Phone: (312) MO 4-5236 
Ruth L. Ratn\-, Writer/ Producer 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: A Bit of Blue for Barbara; 
Mark (U.S. Navy). Slidefilms: Breakthrough 
'68 (Burt Munk/Zenith); Hoiv to Sell Co- 
ordinated Sportswear; Selling Custom Made 
Shirts; Your New Infra-Rcd Broiler; Selling 
Lighting Fixtures (Sears, Roebuck & Co.); The 
Significance of USA Standards; Benefits of 
Buildino With Aluminum Windoics; The Grow- 
ing Case for the Daijlighted Building (Gilbert 
Altschul Productions/ AAMA); Broadcasting the 
News (John Morrell & Co.); Ocean Products 
Co. (Geyei-Oswald). 



LEON S. RHODES 



King Road, Bryn .\thyn, Pennsylvania 19009 
Phone: (215) Wilson 7-4044 

Leon Rhodes, Design, Scripts, Division 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Cure (Chester Urb.Tii 
Redevelopment Authorit)' ) ; Instant Experience 
(DuPont Refinishing Products); Some Differ- 
ence (SpecFilm); Orchids (Longwood Gar- 
dens). 

M. G. RIPPETEAU 

1427 Church St., Ev.inston, 111. 60201 

Phone: (312) UN 4-9043 

Date of Organization: 1959 

M. G. "Rip" Rippeteau, Writer, A-V 

Considtant 
\'irginia C. Rippeteau, Secretary /Bookkeeper 



M. G. RIPPETEAU: CONTINUED 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Rotovation Across A Nation; 
Howard Rotovator Model S; Rotovation in the 
USA ( Howard Rotovator Co. ) ; Tomorrow's 
Speed System— Today (W'm. N. Kirshner & Co. 
Vapor Corp.); three sound film segments for 
multi-media meeting presentations (Rotary In- 
ternational). Slidefilms: Foundation for Un- 
derstanding; Toward A Better World; Paul 
Harris Awards Report (Rotar\- International); 
You'll Make History with ABS; The Story of 
Frozen Semen; The Arithmetic of A.I. (Wm. N. 
Kirshner & Co. American Breeders Service). 

BILL SAPIRO SCRIPTWRITER 

1215 Fifth Ave., New York. N.Y. 10029 
Phone: (212) 427-9106 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; The Wonderful Words of 
Flowers (ACI Productions AT&T ) ; The Extra 
Profit in 5-Point Service (Unit I Productions' 
Shell Oil Co.); The Story of A Castle (Foster 
Films National Di.stillers Products Co.); 1968 
Advertising and Merchandising (Depicto Films/ 
Schwepps USA). Slidefilms: The Stanley 
Works (Chartmakers 'Stanley Works); Holiday 
Merchandi.-iing (Chaitmakers National Distil- 
lers); Holiday Merchandising, (Forum Four 
Prod. Fleischmann Distillers) Western Union 
(Muller. Jordan & Herrick Western Union). 
Sales Meetings: McNeil Laboratories (Depicto 
Films); Quality Bakers of America (Chart- 
makers); Canada Dry Beverages (Depicto 
Films). Presentations: Shell Oil Co. Chart- 
makers); Singer; Texaco; Canada Dry Bever- 
ages (Depicto Films). 

SCRIPTWRIGHTS COMPANY LTD. 

135 West 50th St., New York, N.Y. 10020 

Phone: (212) 581-96.55 

Date of Incorporation; 1967 

David TayTiton, President Creative Director 

Ed Me\'er, Vice Pres.'Account Supervisor 

N. Modarres, Head Scribe Producer 

Barnie Winston, 1st Scribe 

Marge Walker, 2ti<i Scribe 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictu'res; Hyde and Chic (I&S Group. 
Inc./Uniroyiil); Follotv Us (1492 Productions 
Iron Foundr\' Assoc.); Special Bonding Agent 
O-Double Strip (O-CF'GIA); The Spirit of 
'67 (SCI/John Hancock). Slidefilms: Re.ieanh 
Careers at GT&E (CBS GT&E); Ea.^y Bah 
(SCI/Nabisco); Mod Nylon (Du Pont); Baby 
Butler (Guild Industries). Live Shows: The 
Road to Mishaicaka (I&S Group, Inc./Uni- 
royal ) . 



WILLIAM L. SIMON FILM SCRIPTS, INC. 
2407>2 Eve St. N.W., Washington, D.C. 

20037 
Phone: (202) FEderal 3-7514 
Date of Or\'anization: 195S 
William L. Simon, Film Writer 
New Y'ork Representati\-e: William Monis 

Agenc\-, Leon Memoli, Han-\- Ufland, 1350 

Sixth Ave.. New Y'ork, N.Y.Phone: (21:21 

,586-5100 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Song of the Cricket 
(Armed Forces Infonn;ition and Education 
Agency); River of Mail; VIM (Post Office 
Dept.); Tito for the Show (Aberdeen Pni\'ing 
Ground); Rapid Roger; M'cather for Air De- 
fense (Nonvood Studios U.S. Air Force); NOI, 
Today (N.av.al Oidiumce Lab); Destructor Mk 
36 (Monument.il Films Niiv.al Ordnance L;ibs); 



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1968 




What 

else 

did 



do? 



awards 

"A Year Toward Tomorrow" won: 
CINE "Golden Eagle" 
3 Columbus Film Festival 
"Chris" ~ Edinburgh Film 
Festival Certificate n Brussels 
International Festival Certifi- 
cate Z N.V.RA. Award. 

Mr. Levy garnered one other 
Academy Award nomination, 
an Emmy nomination and: 
two additional "Chris" awards 
n two more CINE "Golden 
Eagles" n two other Edinburgh 
Certificates n The Peabody, 
San Giorgio and Freedoms 
Foundation of Valley Forge 
Awards ~ Besonders Vortvelt 
Award (Bonn) ~ Bronze Medal 
(South Africa) and prizes at 
Melbourne, Moscow, Vancouver 
and Chicago, among others. 

credits 

Over 60 films including: 

G "Beyond Silence" 

D "Happy Birthday to Me" 

n "First Man on the Moon" 

D "Trouble in the Family" 

n "The Pathologist" 

D "The Vigil of Jenny Fay" 

n "Conscience of a Child" 

n "A Leaf Through History" 

G "Heritage of Courage" 

Q "The Mountain" 

G "Ma Jesus." 



r«KyTi^R«H\ 



SOLD 

THE 

PRODUCTT 



Produced for VISTA Q Played theatrically in over 100 first-run 
theatres G Played non-theatrically on over 1,000 campuses and to 
3,000 'community groups G Recently in general television release; 
programmed on almost 100 stations G Shown at The White House; 
Incorporated Into poverty programs by senators and governors Q 
SINCE ITS RELEASE. VISTA RECRUITING HAS INCREASED 300%l 

Because of its success, Edmond Levy wrote and dfrected 
"While I Run This Race," for the same satisfied sponsor. 
Narrated by Charlton Heston, it won the Silver Medallion at the 
New York Film and Television Festival. 



and 

it launched 
FILMS BY 
EDMOND LEVY, INC. 




Late News: At press time, "While I Run This Race" 
has been nominated for this year's Oscar 1 1 



This is the major inventory of 

FILMS BY EDMONO LEVY, INC. 

All films are conceived, directed 
and produced by one man. One at a time. 
One complete filmmaker translates the 
message into the medium with sensitivity, 
imagination and professionalism. 



Spcc.al.j.ng m U\mi jboiil s.gn.l.cani human jd>cnluic ■ FILMS BY EOMOND LEVY. INC • 434 W«il 46 Slml Neo York. N Y 10036 ■ Phon* (213) 381-9310 



18th I'RODl (HON RFVII \\ 



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ANNUAL GUIDE TO FILM WRITERS: 



WILLIAM L. SIMON: CONTINUED 
C Mk 1 Sonar; Submarine Sound and Vibration 
Meatiiirrnicnt: Naval Tactical Data Si/.v/cm; 
(U.S. Navy). Programs: Spectrum USA (1967 
weeklv .serie.s, |. Walter Tliompson for U.S. 
Mavine Corps). Slidefilms: A Program for All 
Americans (Democratic National Committee). 
T\' Spots; for Democratic Central Committee 
of DC. Exhibits; U.S. Science Pavilion for Sao 
Panic, Brazil, Biennial Arts and Sciences E.\- 
hibition (National Science Fonndation). Indus- 
trial Show; Charis .5 (multimedia presentation 
for IBM). 



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STANFORD SOBEL 

103 Park Ave.. New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone; (212) LE 2-14.50 
Date of Organization: 1947 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Picti'res: Ecology of Man (Graphic 
Curriculum, Inc./ NBC-TV ); 77ic Grouing Edge 
(Empire Photosound, Inc./ International Min- 
erals & Chemical) ; The Hrookhavcn Spectrum 
(Owen Minph\- Productions Brookhaven Nation- 
al Laboratory );'T/i(? Right Track (Aegis Produc- 
tions/ Assn. of American Railroads); The Story 
of the 140 (Associated Universities, Inc./ Na- 
tional Radio Astronomy Observatory); Here's 
How (Visualscope, Inc./Heuljlein Inc.). Sales 
CloNVENTioNS: for General Electric, Sara Lee, 
Olin Industries, Acme Markets, Inc. 



RAY SPERRY 

23,32 Manchester Avenue. Cardiff, Calif. 
92007 

Phone: (714) 7.53-7IIS 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Ray T. Spenv, Writer 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: CircuUition — The llciirl- 
heat of Neusjmpers: Classified — Everyhoily's 
Marketplace (Coplev Productions); Untitled 
film (U.S. N;ivy Ralph Hall Productions); Com- 
munity Development (City of San Diego). 
Slidefilms: Sacramento Ticjiort (Copley Pro- 
ductions/Sucramento Union); Hands of Mercy 
(Copley Productions/The Mercv Clinic): Where 
There Is a Will. There is a Way (Copley Pro- 
ductions 'Salv:ition Armv). TV Commercials; 
Progress Report (Copley Productions Sacra- 
mento I'nion ) ; Tliis is CLAN { 4 spots) (Copley 
Productions, The Copley Los Angeles Newspa- 
pers ) . 



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GENE STARBECKER, Film Builder 

47.5 Fifth Ave.. New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) MU 3-1093 

Date of Organization; 19.53 

Gene Starbecker, Writer-Director 

Steve Stelean, Researchi r-Writer 

Rita Franklin, Secretary 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Place lo Turn (Creative 
Arts Studios N;ivy Relief Society); Hey, What's 
tin- Big Idea (R:dph Lopatin Productions Amer- 
ican Assn. for Suggestion Systems); A "icar of 
AchieveinenI (.Applied Concepts Continental 
Can Co.): Slaliilili/ Augmintalion System (Fed- 
eral Aviation Agcricv); 77ic Joe Powell S/on/; 
The Budiu Ctrl (MOD Productions); It Takes 
Time (Tliirty-I''ive/Sixtecn Prodnctitms) ; It 
Takes Time Cl'hirtv-Five Sixteen Productions); 
Never Among Strangers ( liay State Films 'U.S. 
Marine Coips). 



STARBECKER, INC. 

8700 Manchester Kd., Silver Spring, Md. 
20901 

Phone: (301) 587-8648 

Date of Organization: 1954 

|. M. Starbecker, President 

Eugene Nomian Starbecker, Writer-Director 

Ed Taishoff, Steve Judson, M.A. Marlow, 
Researcher-'Writers 

IiTna Einheber, Executive Secretary 

Pennie Y';ites, Secretary 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Bold Ones; The Naval 
Sea Cadets (U.S. Navy); The Refugees (U.S. 
Marine Corp); Every Step of the Way: Unit 
Dose and You; Contraception and the Married 
Patient (W\eth Laboratories); Under the In- 
fluence of . . . (American Automobile Assn.); 
;md eight classified technical films (ITT, U.S. 
Air Force and U.S. Amiv). 



PETER J. STUPKA 

6980 Maple Street, N.W.. Washington. D.C. 

20012 
Phone: (202) RAndolph 3-6427 

Date of Organization: 1945 

DON SWEET 

3402— 153rd Street. Flushing, N.Y., 113.54 
Phone (212) 463-9095 
Date of Organization: 1963 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

.Motion Pictures: Dynamics of Change { De- 
picto Films/ Westinghouse) ; Continental Vet- 
erans (Apphed Concepts/ Continental Can Co.); 
The Seekers; The Professional (Paul Venze 
Assoc/Gulf American Corp.). Slidefilms; 
Comiyefition and Costs; Wages and Benefits; 
Plant Safety; Operation Pride (Applied Con- 
cepts/Continental C;ui Co.); Heating Plant Op- 
I rating and Limit Controls ( Animatic/Bell Sys- 
tem ) ; Selling Fashion Towels Is Easier Than 
You Think; Un-Complicating the Business of 
Selling Fashion Sheets (Cannon Mills); How 
to Sell Singer Sewing Machine Cabinets (De- 
picto Films/The Singer Co.), Multimedia 
Presentations; Communication (Salesmakers, 
Inc.); and exhibits for (Bertell, Inc./ Bell Sys- 
tem). 

JOHN TATGE 

322 East 34th St., New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) LE 2.3697 
Washington Office: Felton Studio, 1830 
Jefferson Place, N,W., Washington, D.C. 

20036 
Phone: (202) FE 8-4294 

Date of Organization: 1961 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

MoiioN PicTUiiEs: I'.oulainers Aneigli! ( P-C 
Produilions /.\ew York Central S\stem); Rely 
(III Rnybestos (Visualscope'Raybestos); Wlierc 
the Profits At (Cal-Tex). Slidefilms: The Four 
Sided Market (Vksiudscope/Lever Bros.); The 
Seconil Safe ( Visnalscope/Bank Public Rela- 
tions); How to Use An Association (Bank Public 
Relations). 

ESKO TOWNELL 

128 Sharrow Vale Ri>ad. P. O. Box 273 

Cherry Hill, N.J. 08034 
Phone: (609) 428-3722 
Date of Org:mizatioii: 1964 
Esko Townell. Writer-Director 



ESKO TOWNELL: CONTINUED 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

.Motion Pictures; The View From Here (Ba\ 
State Film Productions Hartford Nation.il 
Bank); T .53 L 13 C.iis Turbine Engine (Bax 
State Film Productions, AVCO, Lycoming ) : 
Liipii-fied Natural Gas . . . Instant Energy on 
Demand (Calvin DeFrenes Corp. Texas East- 
ern Transmission Corp); Glass K . . . Minia- 
ture Glass Capacitators (Animation Arts .Asso- 
ciates Corning Electronics); Minnteman III Re- 
entry System Design and Mission (Animation 
Arts Associates, General Electric Co.); Corning 
Wall Panels of Pyroceram Brand Materials 
(Corning Glass Works). 

FRAN TUCKSCHER AND ASSOCIATES, INC. 

711_14th St.. N.W. Washington, D.C. 

20005 

Phone: (202) Executive 3-6664 

D:itc of Organization: 1955 

Fran Tuckscher, Writer-Director 

Ken Nathanson. Editorial Supervisor- 
Researcher 

HOWARD TURNER 

,57 West 7,5th Street, New York, N.Y. 10023 
Phone: (212) TRafalager 3-3211 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Serving as Writer-Associate 
Producer of series of half-hour educational films. 
The Sun and the Earth (Lothar Wolff Produc- 
tions/National Academy of Sciences), .scheduled 
for completion in 1968. 

DICK UPTON 

418 S. Fourth Ave., Libertyville, Illinois 
60048 

Phone: (312) 362-0174 

Date of Organization: 1960 
RECENT SCRIPTS. PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; 77)( Word Is Quality 
(\'ogne,' General Electric); Second to None 
(Sportlite). Slidefil.ms: Number One; GE 1968 
Dishwasher Line (Vogue/ General Electric); 
The IBM 6400 Accounting Machine (IBM). 
Meetinc Presentations: 1967 Dealer Meeting 
(fam Handv./Harvestore Div., A.O. Smith 
Corp.); MARS Semina r (IBM). 

W. J. VAN DE MARK 

502 Linden Place, Cranford, New Jersey 

07016 
Phone: (201) 276-9649 
Date of Organization: 1962 
W. J. Van de Mark, Writer-Director 



BENJAMIN S. WALKER 
I13I7 Marcliff Road, Rockville, Maryland 

20852 
Phone (301) 469-8998 
D:itc of Organization: 1963 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Bomb Squad. USN; First in 
Command; Winning the Peace; Naval Commu- 
nication Stations (3 films) (U.S. Navy); Roses 
for Emily (John Hopkins/ Public He.Tlth Serv- 
ice). Slidefilm: 77ir Mackc Story (Snowden- 
Nett Productions/. Macke Co). 



JOHN L. WASHBURN 
261 Rockingstonc Ave,. Larchmont. N.Y. 

10,538 
Phone: (914) TEnnyson 4-8741 
In \\'ashington D.C: (202) EM 2-9494 
D:ilc of Organization: 1953 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
MoiioN Pictures: 77|(' Firing Line; The Vul- 
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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



A Day 
at the 
Dump 



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vvcie interested in garbage cj;,^- ;id:,i,. E.crybody siiould 
be. After all, Americans pay $3,000,000,000 a year to 
collect and dispose of our castoffs. With the exception of 
roads and schools, no other public service costs more. 

So, we made a film about this somewhat neglected sub- 
ject and called it "The Third Pollution." As the first com- 
prehensive treatment of solid waste management techniques, 
it created quite a stir; 

Blue Ribbon — American Film Festival 
Golden Eagle - C. I. N. E. 
Participation — Edinburgh Film Festival 
Chris Award — Columbus Film Festival 
Participation — Chicago Film Festival 
Participation — San Francisco Film Festival 
2 Emmy's - Washington Chapter, National Academy of 
Television Arts and Sciences. 



18lh PRODUCTION REVIEW 



Meantime, we've just completed "A Day at the Dump" 
which tells the fantastic story of Washington, D. C.'s burning 
Kenilworth Dump. Both of these films are substantive and 
fun. 

If you need a motion picture, why not preview these to see 
how you like our treatment of complex subject matter. 

"The Third Pollution"-23 minutes - color - $225 

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HFE SALUTES THESE 
1967 FILM AWARD WINNERS 



Allendor Productions, the producer, and the 
United States Air Force, the sponsor, for 
"Moods in Safely". Bronze Plaque Winner 
in the National Safety Film Contest. 

■ft- * * 

McDonnell-Douglas Corporation, producer/ 
sponsor of "If You're Ready". Columbus 
Film Festival "Chris" Statuette Winner. 



Churchill Films, Inc., producer of 
"Drugs and the Nervous System", winner 
of Columbus Film Festival "Chris" 
Statuette; American Film Festival 
Blue Ribbon Award; CINE "Golden Eagle.' 



John J. Hennessy Motion Pictures, the 
producer, and American Pipe & Construction 

Company, the sponsor, for "Giants in the 
Valley", winner of Columbus Film Festival 
"Chris" Certificate and the CINE 
"Golden Eagle." 



Graphic Films Corporation, the producer, and 
American Telephone & Telegraph Company, 

the sponsor, for "Facts About Backs", winner 
of National Safety Film Contest Bronze Plaque 
and NVPA "Day of Visuals" Second Award. 



Gemini Productions, the producer, and 
Hughes Aircraft Company, the sponsor, for 
"Ne.\t . . . The Men". International Film & TV 
Festival of New York Gold Medalist; Rome 
International Award of the Technical Cinema. 
Golden Missile and Diploma; Columbus Film 
Festival "Chris" Certificate, and 
a CINE "Golden Eagle" winner. 



Charles Cahill & Associates, producer of 
"Space Driving Tactics". Winner of a 
National Safety Film Contest Bronze Plaque 
and the CINE "Golden Eagle." 



John Sutherland Productions, the producer, 
and Insurance Information Institute, the 

sponsor, for "The Man from A.U.N.T.I.E.". 
winner of International Film & TV Festival 
of New York and Columbus Film Festival 
"Chris" Certificate. 



John Sutherland Productions, the producer, 
and Office of Economic Opportunity, the 

sponsor, for "The Owl Who Gave a Hoot". 
winner of International Film & TV Festival 
of New York Bronze Medal and Columbus 
Film Festival "Chris" Statuette. 



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Ten Films Competing for 
"Best of the Best" Award 

ii Ten motion pictures, which 
previously received blue rib- 
bons for excellence, will com- 
pete for the decade's "Best of 
the Best" citation at the Tenth 
American Film Festival in 
New York City in May. 

Emily S. Jones, director of 
the Festival recently announc- 
ed the names of the finalists as 
final judging gets under-vay. 

The festival is under the 
sponsorship and direction of 
the Educational Film Library 
Association, which is marking 
its 25th anniversary this year. 

"One difficulty with festi- 
val awards." said Miss Jones 
in commenting on the special 
honor to be conferred in May, 
"is that they must be made un- 
der pressure of time and situ- 
ation, and in a jury room 
rather than out in the field. 
Since the real test of a film is 
audience reaction, it takes 
time to discover the real clas- 
sics. For this reason, as a 
special event at the Tenth 
American Film Festival, the 
Festival Committee will award 
a Best of the Best citation to 
the Blue Ribbon film of the 
past which, in the opinion of 
its users all over the country, 
has proved outstanding." 

Four of the ten films are 
from Europe, three from Can- 
ada and three from the LI.S. 
The films competing are; 

The Golden Fish, produced 
by J. Y. Cousteau and dis- 
tributed by Columbia Pictures. 
It is a children's story about 
a little boy. his goldfish, and 
a sinister cat. 

The Louvre, produced by 
NBC News for the Xerox 
Corp.. distributed by EBE 
Corp. It the history of the 
museum, and of France, 
shown through its work of art 
with narration by Charles 
Boyer. 

N.Y.. N.Y.. produced by 
Francis Thompson, distributed 
by the Museum of Modern 
Art. It shows New York City 
as seen through mirrors and 
distorting lenses. 

Night and Fog is a docu- 
mentary about Nazi concen- 
tration camps produced by 
Argos Films and distributed 
by Contemporary Films. 

Occurence at Owl Creek 
Bridge, produced by Robert 
Enrico, distributed by Con- 
temporary Films. This is a 
dramatization of the Ambrose 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



Bierce story with a setting in 
the U. S. Civil War. 

Paddle to the Sea. produced 
and directed by the National 
1 ilm Board of Canada. This 
film concerns an Indian boy, 
his toy canoe, and its travels 
from Lake Superior to the 
Gulf of St. Lawrence. 

Phoebe: The Story oj A 
I'remarital Pregnancy, pro- 
duced by the National Film 
Board of Canada and distrib- 
uted by McGraw-Hill Te.xt 
Films. The story concerns one 
day in the life and imagination 
of a teenage girl. 

Red Balloon, produced by 
.■\lbert Lamorisse, distributed 
by Brandon Films. The story 
of a boy and his balloon. 

The Search for Ulysses. 
produced by the Columbia 
Broadcasting System, distrib- 
uted by Carousel Films. The 
film retraces the travel of 
Homer's hero through the 
Mediterranean. 

Universe, produced and dis- 
tributed by the National Film 
Board of Canada. The solar 
system, beyond the reach of 
the telescope, is explored 
through animation and special 
effects. 

Anouncement of the winner 
will be made at the Festival 
banquet at the New York Hil- 
ton in May. • 

* * * 

Bergen Motion Picture Service 
Gets HemisFair "68 Contracts 

■fr Bergen Motion Picture 
Service. Lodi. New Jersey, has 
been awarded contracts for 
supply, installation, operation 
and maintenance of audio- 
visual equipment by four ma- 
jor exhibitors at HemisFair 
'68. The San Antonio World's 
Fair runs from April 6 to 
October 6. 

Bergen will custom design 
and install equipment at pa- 
vilions of the International 
Business Machine Corp.. Ra- 
dio Corporation of America, 
General Electric Corp.. and 
Southwestern Bell Telephone 
Co. in cooperation with 
AT&T. 

Bergen personnel will man- 
age, operate and maintain the 
equipment at the sites con- 
tinuously during the 1 S4 days 
of the fair. • 

* * « 

Audiovisual Facility Design 

V: The next issue of Blsiness 
ScRiiKN will feature Part II on 
Audiovisual Facilitv Dcsiun. 



18th PRODUCTION REVIEW 




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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



WE Begin This 30th anniversary year of 
Business Screen, founded by Ott 
Coelln in 1938. as members of the Brook- 
hill Publishing Company family, based in 
Wheaton, Illinois. These experienced pub- 
lishers of Telephone Engineer & Man- 
agement (founded 59 years ago), and of 
related annual directories in the burgeoning 
telephone industry and of Communications 
News, assure the long-term continuity and 
excellence of this magazine. Headed by Presi- 
dent Vincent Hogren. Brookhill will also pro- 
vide our advertisers and subscribers with 
many new and important service features in 
the years ahead. 

Their experience in all phases of the com- 
munications industry complements our spe- 
cialized dedication to audiovisuals. And 
among the most important new assets thus 
acquired, we introduce a vigorous young 
managing editor, Lon B. Gregory, as a key 
member of the enlarged Business Screen 
slaff. Prior to joining Brookhill in 1966. 
Gregory was communications manager in 
the public relations department of General 
Telephone Company of Illinois; as an in- 
dustrial editor, he served two terms as presi- 
dent of the Central Illinois Industrial Editors 
\ssociation and was director of national af- 
fairs for the International Council of Indus- 
trial Editors. 

During his college years at Bradley Uni- 
versity), Lon worked as a reporter and pho- 
tographer for the Peoria Journal-Star, in 
the news department of radio station WIRL 
and at the Methodist Hospital in Peoria. His 
B.S. in journalism and public relations was 
aided by a radio-journalism scholarship 
awarded Lon in his senior year at Bradley. 
Gregory, his wife, Sharon and their two 
sons, Jeffery and Jason, currently reside in 
West Chicago, Illinois. • 

^T ^.- * 

Bell & Howell, Film Distributors Announce 
"Free Trial" Offer to Industrial Concerns 

•i^ The audiovisual dealer organization of the 
Bell & Howell Company and leading distribu- 
tors of films are cooperating in a very im- 
portant venture destined to further extend 
the use of motion pictures in business and 
industry. The plan provides requesting com- 
panies with the loan of an automatic-thread- 
ing 16mm sound projector and suitable films 
for 60 days without cost. 

B&H began the cooperative program in 
.Linuary with extensive mailings to companies 
of more than .''0 employees. Promotion has 
been augmented by full pane advertisements 
in seven of the top national business maga- 
zines. Here's how the program works: 

On receipt of an inquiry, a Bell & Howell 
audiovisual dealer representative nearby, 
joined by a film counselor, call to explain 
the plan and to deliver an AutoLoad projec- 
tor. Instruction in care and use of the equip- 
ment is given during this call. The film coun- 
selor then analyses films best suited to the 
company's special interests and schedules the 
prints. Selections can be made from over 
3.000 titles, many of which are available 
without cost to the industrial concern. 

The first in-plant showing is then attended 



I8(li PROni CTION RKVIEW 



NUMBER ONE . VOLUME TWENTY-NINE OF BUSINESS SCREEN MAGAZINE 



ffll 



e news in pers 



ive 



by the B & H representative to assure a pro- 
fessional result; film catalogs and other litera- 
ture are also provided users without charge. 
For further data and a loan request write: 
J. J. Graven. Manager of Industrial Sales. 
Audio Visual Products Division. Bell & 
Howell Company, 7100 MeCormick Road. 
Chicago. Illinois 60645, • 

* * * 
Clifford Weakc Joins Hanna-Barbera Staff 
as Firm's Manager of Business Development 
Clifford F. W'eake has been appointed 
manager, business development for Hanna- 
Barbera Productions. The move highlights 
that company's expanded activity in the field 
of industrial and educational films. Prior to 
joining Hanna-Barbera. where he will work 
closely with Ross Sutherland, director of the 
industrial film division in Hollywood, Weake 
was a vice-president of Wilding. Inc. and 
associated with that firm for the past 17 
years. 

The new business development executive 
will make his headquarters at the home of- 
fice of Taft Broadcasting, parent company of 
the film firm, in Cincinnati and will be con- 
cerned with sales throughout the midwest and 
eastern United States. A graduate of North- 
western University, Cliff Weake also attended 
the Wharton School of Finance of the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. During World War 
11, he rose from Army private to the rank 
of major; at the armistice he was assigned to 
Berlin as an administrative officer in public 
relations, working with Russian. French and 
British officials. • 




Haima-Barbera executiM;^ welcome Clifford F. 
Weake, \liidi(>'\ tuic iiunuigcr of business dc- 
t iUii>mcnl. L to r: Williunt Hanna, Mr. Weakc, 
Joseph Barhcra. ami Lawrence H. Rogers, 11, 
president of llanna-Barbera's parent concern, 
the Taft Broadcasting Company of Cincinnati. 



Plans are currently underway for a special 
display of objects of historical significance in 
connection with the 103rd Technical Con- 
ference of the Society of Motion Picture and 
Television Engineers (SMPTE). 

During the conference, an exhibit of his- 
torical niemorabila will occupy a spotlight 
area between the entrance to the main meet- 
ing room and the TV and motion picture 
exhibit area at the Hollywood meeting. • 



An linporlaiil New Film on llu- Rolo of Coinmunication.s 



Is Innocence Dead'.' Have the days of suc- 
cessful massive propaganda come to an 
end'.' A new film on the role of communica- 
tions in modern society suggests that this 
may be the case. People all over the world 
are becoming so used to information from 
hundreds of sources that "the big lie" may 
no longer be tenable. 

The Information Fl.xplosion provides no 
answers for many of the upsetting challenges 
of the communications picture, but it docs do 
a thoughtful job of calling attention to the 
problems. 

It is a film which has evoked a great deal 
of interest from test showings before college 
and industry groups. It has also provoked a 
great many viewers who find its point of 
view disturbing, and even outrageous. 

rhe film throws out so many ideas thai 
perhaps they come too fast. It might be a 
good idea to see it twice before plunging into 
the main questions of "what's it about'.'" 

Seven diverging points of view are inter- 
spersed in quick-cut form throughout the film 
ranging from author Marshall McLuhan, 
through UN Administrator Paul G. Hoffman, 
to Look Editor-in-Chief William Atlwoixl. 



Dean Courtney Brown of Columbia Univer- 
sity Business School, noted labor leader 
Cesar Chavez of the United Farm Workers. 
Mike Nesmith of TV's The Monkees. and 
Professor Rollo May, author and psycholo- 
gist, of New York University. 

McLuhan hews to his theme that the elec- 
tric age is the most violent break with the 
preceding ages imaginable. Chavez says that 
once workers see what other workers are 
achieving they will want to attain the same 
goals. 

Mike Nesmith. «ho comes into millions 
of homes with the Monkees every week, finds 
a tremendous communicative method at his 
disposal. "I am a young man," he says, "who's 
been in this position that no other young 
man has ever been in the history of the 
world, you know, except maybe crazy Jesus." 

It's an explosion of ideas all right. Origi- 
nally made for Cowles Communications, 
which itself is involved in ainiost all kinds 
of communications media, the 14 1 ; color film 
is now being offered on a print purchase 
basis for use by colleges and industry, from 
the producer. Dynamic Films. Inc . 330 West 
58th Street, New York 10019. . 



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Craft of "The Small Boat Navy" board, search hundrcih of aampans 
evcrij duij; here a Swiff Boat conducts a junk search off Vietnam coast. 

THE NAVY'S SMALL BOAT FLEET 
Writes a New Chapter in Naval History 

Control of South Vielnanrs Waterways by Navy Craft 

Holds Key to Economy and Communitations of the Land 

control of the economy and com- 
munications of the country. 

Much of the experience and 
observation of these early ad- 
visers ultimately was instrumen- 
tal in the conception and realiza- 
tion of what is today an inten- 
sive effort by the United States 
Navy to help the South Vietna- 
mese — an effort to deny the 
waterways of South Vietnam to 
the smuggling and infiltration of 
the Viet Cong and, at the same 
time, make them safe for those 
who use them for legitimate trav- 
el and business. 

Produced by Sun Dial Films 

The Small Boa! Navy is the 
story of this effort — a docu- 
mentary film produced by Sun 
Dial Films, Inc. and written and 

"Mouitor" of River Flotilla One, 

Navy" provides gunfire to support 



FOR Most People, the mod- 
ern United States Navy is 
aircraft carriers, cruisers and de- 
stroyers — the familiar deep- 
water fleet which ranges the 
oceans of the world. But in Viet- 
nam where a crucial part of the 
conflict is unfolding on the thou- 
sands of miles of rivers and 
coastal waters, the Navy has de- 
veloped a shallow-water navy to 
meet the Viet Cong on his own 
terms and outlast him. 

This array of small craft — 
river and coastal patrol boats, 
small minesweepers, river assault 
craft and others — which has 
been referred to as The Small 
Boat Navy, is the subject of a 
new half-hour documentary being 
prepared for the Navy's Chief of 
Information, and recently re- 
leased to television stations from 
coast to coast. 

Control of Waterways Vital 
Even in the late 50"s and ear- 
ly 60"s, American Naval advisers, 
assigned to work with units of 
the South Vietnamese Navy, real- 
ized the problems and obstacles 
which would be inherent in any 
effort to confront the Viet Cong 
on the rivers and coastal waters. 

All along the 1500 miles of 
South Vietnam's coastline and 
in the endless waterways of the 
Mekong River delta, water pro- 
vided the primary means of trans- 
portation. Control of the rivers, 
canals and coastal waters means 



directed by Tom Carroll, Jr. — 
on location in Vietnam. Nar- 
rated by Raymond Burr, it takes 
the viewer to the actual scenes 
of U.S. Navy operations in Viet- 
nam, on minesweeping missions, 
river patrols, junk searches and 
small scale, riverine amphibious 
operations. 

One of the Navy's major ef- 
forts is Operation Game Warden, 
patrolling and controlling all 
traffic on the rivers of Vietnam. 
The mainstay of this operation is 
the PBR or River Patrol Boat. 
Developed from an existing 
pleasure craft, the PBR is a wa- 
ter jet propelled boat capable of 
speeds up to 25 knots even in 
very shallow water. The water 
jet pumps not only drive the 




Tile Swift Boats icerc assigned to 
coastal patrol and .security guard 
against VC smuggling from the sea. 

boat, but also steer it. These 
boats patrol the rivers day and 
night, denying freedom of move- 
ment to the VC throughout the 
delta — severely limiting his ca- 
pabilities. 

Finally, in its most recent as- 
signment in Vietnam, the Navy 
plays a key role in River Flotilla 
One. This is a combined Army 
and Navy force geared to river- 
ine warfare. U.S. Army troops 
are berthed on and transported 
by U.S. Navy barracks and sup- 
port ships, then carried to search 
and destroy operations by Navy 

recent addition to "The Snuill Boat 
other Navy craft Inmling assault troops. 




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landing craft. This force has been 
credited with taking the fight into 
the swamps and rice paddies of 
the delta which were once con- 
sidered VC guerilla sanctuaries. 

In a sense, the modern United 
States Navy, attuned to the ad- 
vanced technologies of the space 
age. has had to adjust to the 
unique nature of the conflict in 
Vietnam. Vietnam has given 
birth to a new breed of sailor. 
Unprepared at first, he has de- 
veloped the craft, the skills, the 
weapons to do the job on the 
rivers and coastal waters. Trained 
to military accomplishment, he 
has achieved many of his great- 
est successes through civic ac- 
tion programs in the villages and 
orphanages — among the peo- 
ple of South Vietnam. 

What He Does and Where . . . 

He sails not upon the seas and 
oceans of the world, but upon 
the local waters of a small coun- 
try in Southeast Asia. The Small 
Boat Navy goes on location to 
show what he does and where 
he does it. It documents a unique 
new chapter in naval history. 

Another phase of Operation 
Game Warden is conducted by 
the MSB's U.S. Navy minesweep- 
ing boats. Wooden-hulled, 57 feet 
long, the MSB's are charged with 
the single, vital responsibility of 
keeping the Long Tao river 
(which runs from the South 
China Sea to the inland port of 
Saigon) free of mines. It is dan- 
gerous work and the MSB's, on 
October 9, 1967, were awarded 
the first Presidential Unit Cita- 
tion of the Vietnam War for ex- 
traordinary heroism in action. 

Task for the Swift Boats 
Operation Market Time ac- 
complishes a similar mission in 
the coastal waters. Here a new 
U.S. Navy craft called the Swift 
Boat has been given the job of 
prohibiting all illicit traffic along 
the coast. Operation Market 
Time gets its name from the fact 
that each day thousands of junks 
and sampans take to the waters 
in the normal business of mar- 
keting and commerce, and this 
is when the maximum surveil- 
lance effort must be made. 

Operation Market Time also 
carries surveillance effort into 
the key harbors of South Viet- 
nam. It is Operation Stable Door 
in which U.S. Navy patrol boats, 
along with trained divers of Ex- 
plosive Ordnance Disposal teams, 
move among the anchored mer- 
chantmen that must wait in the 
harbors to unload their vital 
cargoes. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



THE HoLSE Lights Dim and 
the sensory barrage begins. 
Within ten minutes over 1.300 
slides arc projected on three 
screens — all without a single 
timing error. 

But this is only the beginning. 
During the next few minutes the 
audience sees a motion picture 
performer change from a project- 
jj image to a live actor. A mes- 
-age from a flying, self-contained 
projection-sound unit comes from 
overhead. A second barrage ot 
slides is projected simultaneously, 
along with images from four dif- 
ferent motion pictures. Ne.xt an 
auto thrill-show spreads out and 
surrounds the auditorium with 
sound and pictures. A wide- 
screen motion picture concludes 
the presentation. 
Background Music's Full Range 
During much of the time, di- 
rectional music from ten speak- 
ers bathes the audience with 
everything from full orchestral 
arrangements to synthetically pro- 
duced electronic music. 

Such was the meeting mood as 
The Jam Handy Organization of 
Detroit pushed the calendar ahead 
with a spectacular multi-media 
presentation. 

Attended by convention and 
meeting people representing a 
score of businesses, the demon- 
strations showed that a battery 
of electronic and optical devices 
can be combined with showman- 
ship to provide creative show 
planners with unlimited oppor- 
tunities in putting across ideas 
and information. 

60 Feet of \'i.sual Imagery 
For a presentation of this kind. 
Jam Handy uses a theater-type 
auditorium equipped with a 60- 
foot stage. Three 20-foot screens 
are used for projected visuals. 
The two flanking screens are 
placed obliquely and are move- 
able on automated signal to pro- 
vide a large in-line screen for 
projection of a 70mm wide-screen 
motion picture. 

Split-screen technique provides 
six integrated visual segments on 
each screen, or a total of 1 8 when 
projected simultaneously on the 
three screens. The effect gives 
credence to the McLuhan dictum 
that ""the medium can be the mes- 
sage." Additionally. Jam Handy 
has proved that multi-media tech- 
niques can be integrated to create 
a variety of moixis and impres- 
sions in conveying a commercial 
message. 

The control of all the various 
elements of the show with split- 
second timing is performed by 




This spi'cial portable stage travels wilh the JUO program, it features two screen areas, engineered sound. 

Business Show: Getting Results With Muhi-Media 

Speclatular Demonstration of Sijihi/Sound Techniques Staged by The Jam lland> Organization 



what Jam Handy technicians call 
"MAC" — short for Multi-Media 
.Automatic Actuator Control Cen- 
ter, the heart of which is a tape- 
operated 82-channel programmer. 
"MAC" automatically and suc- 
cessfully handles the program- 



ming of 22 Carousel slide projec- 
tors. 1 1 motion picture projectors 
ranging from 16mm to 70mm, 
one 4X5 slide projector, one 
Flo-Film projector and a variety 
of sound equipment. 

Motion is imparted to still 




Sixty Icct of lighted screens ciirrud mv niatelnd" images from the Ih 
Carousel projectors; they shifted on automated signal to form one big 
screen for lOinm film shouii ot Jiiiii llttmlij multi-mi dia diiiionstralion. 




slides by the "technamation" 
process while a self-contained 
projection-sound unit passes 
across the ceiling. 

To reinforce the essential two- 
way communication between au- 
dience and stage, live show ele- 
ments are also integrated. An ex- 
ecutive presentative begins with 
a personality on the screen. In 
combination with startling opti- 
cal effects, the speaker steps out 
of the projected image and on 
to the stage to wind up his mes- 
sage at the podium. 

Music Via Electronic Magic 

Even the musical accompani- 
ment provides a surprise. Parts 
of the sound track consist of elec- 
tronically produced synthetic 
music from a bundle of tubes and 
transistors known as the Moog 
Synthesizer. The mcKxlic lines. 
bass and percussion, are pro- 
duced totally by this one ma- 
chine. 

Ingenious relays and controls 
obviously will never be substi- 
tuted for creativity, but these new 
developments give convention 
and show people greater freedom 

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 209) 

Programmer with 82-chaiuiel tape 
controlled Jam llandy's spcctacii- 

lar multi-mrdiu drmonstralion. 



18 Carousel projector niaga/ines Programming the 1.300 slide bar- 

are hein^ loaded by Boh Klenncr rage (/ to r) are: Duane Sash, 
of Jam Handy s animation staff. Will Armstrong and Hob Kcmudy. 



18th PRODUCTION REVIEW 




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How Audiovisuals Can Help to Build 
THE PROFESSIONAL SALES FORCE 

Farmers Insurance Company has for a long time had definite 
ideas on the subject — now this company actively implements 
them with new and proven techniques on a continuing basis. 



HOW DO You Motivate an 
insurance salesman and 
keep him "up" at all times so 
that he will be a continuously 
productive "professional" rep- 
resentative? This challenging in- 
dustry-wide problem is the con- 
stant objective of numerous 
training programs by insurance 
companies throughout the coun- 
try. 

Instilling the necessary knowl- 
edge of people, self confidence, 
confidence in his company and 
service, and generating the ability 
to sell successfully are some of 
the essentials to training first-rate 
insurance men — and it must be 
done on a continuing basis. Pre- 
paring successful training pro- 
grams to accomplish these ends 
requires painstaking planning — 
the use of new approaches — 
and the use of new and better 
ways of communicating this in- 
formation. 

As part of its program to build 
and maintain such a "profes- 
sional" sales force, the Farmers 
Insurance Group recently inaug- 
urated a new sales training pro- 
gram in conjunction with Better 



Selling Bureau and Rocket Pic- 
tures, Inc. entitled How ro Sell 
Casiiahy Insurance Siucessiully. 
The program consists of 18 
one-hour sessions. 12 of which 
are built around sound color 
filmstrips. with the other six used 
as workshop or practice sessions. 

THESE TWO BASIC STEPS: 

- At Farmers Insurance, two in- 
aredients are considered vital to 
the truly "professional" salesman. 
One is a knowledge of the prod- 
uct or service being sold. The 
other is a knowledge of people, 
their attitudes and reactions to 
suggestions. This is often con- 
sidered the ability to communi- 
cate with people clearly, con- 
vincingly and persuasively. 

The management at Farmers 
Insurance Group long ago dis- 
covered that although products 
and services may change to cor- 
respond with the changing needs 
of people — the people them- 
selves were constant. They still 
acted and reacted to others — 
especially salesmen — in ex- 
actly the same way. 

Realizing that "professional" 



salesmen are not developed by 
supplying them only one-half of 
what they need — or just prod- 
uct knowledge, Farmers training 
programs work also toward pro- 
viding salesmen with the skills 
and techniques of selling, includ- 
ing how to uncover needs or 
problems, how to build confi- 
dence, creating solutions to the 
needs and problems, and how to 
"close"' a sale easily. 

John Dunkley, Farmers In- 
surance director of sales admin- 
istration outlined the two basic 
steps his company uses toward 
the development of a "profes- 
sional" sales force. They are: 

1. A company attitude toward 
the men that would provide the 
"ego satisfaction" every agent or 
salesman needs — accept them 
as professionals and. by company 
action, convince the men that 
top management held their work 
and their contribution to the 
growth of the company in the 
highest regard. 

2. The company utilize the best 
professional advice, organiza- 
tion and latest methods of com- 
municating the "people knowl- 
edge" and selling skills on a con- 
tinuing basis. 

THEIR LATEST PROGRAM: 
* How to Sell Casualty Insur- 
ance Successfully is a good ex- 
ample of the company's continu- 
ing effort to supply the men with 
the best available sales training. 
Built around the P-E-S-O-S 



( Prepare-Explain-Show-Develop 
Observe-and Supervise) formula 
for developing and motivating 
salesmen, the program utilizes 
the most modern methods of 
communication and. more im- 
portant, can be presented by 
Farmers' local managers, regard- 
less of their training experience. 
A leader's guide, programmed 
in detail, guides the user through 
each session step by step, indi- 
cating exactly what to say and 
do . . . and when. Thus, even 
the most inexperienced can suc- 
cessfully administer the course. 
Such a program was essential 
to reaching Farmers' many wide- 
spread salesmen. 
AUDIOVISLALS AT WORK: 
- The filmstrip illustrates and 
demonstrates the basic methods 
and techniques of finding pros- 
pects. It guides the salesman 
through the entire process of a 
sale, pointing out that people 
don't buy simply because they 
■need" something, but only after 
they have been made to want it. 
During the program, agents come 
to realize that a sale is made at 
every inter\ie\v — since the pros- 
pect will sell the agent his ob- 
jections ... or the agent will 
sell the prospect the policy. 

From the ways and means of 
securing appointments, through 
turning objections into advan- 
tages and "closing" a sale almost 

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 207) 



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.4gents prospect for clients freely — (ind ailh 
conficlcitcc - ajtcr absorhiiif:. required knowl- 
edge at the audiovmml prospecting sessions. 



«as,c methods and techniques for f.nding pros- The planned approach, b, phone « '" /^^ ^«^; 
pects are visually illustrated and demonstrated helps the msurance agent f ^"^ ".WO^"'''f' "* 
or easy eo,nprrhrnsion and lasting retention, he musi have to be sueeessiul m /.,.. efjort... 




Learning how to sell the "benefits" of an ap- 
pointment is srtessed, illuslrated and then is 
demonstrated under varying field circumstances. 



.■Vgcnts are shown that only by wi.sely empha.\iz- 
ing "benefits" uill they cau.se the prospect to 
"uant" the insurance policy best 



The filmstrip dramatically proves that people 

uon'l hint simply bccuusr they "lued" in-surance 

uited to him. but only uhen they are made to "want" benefits. 



122 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



THE Proliferating Mass of air pollution 
TV "specials."" documentaries, articles 
ind feature stories in all the media univer- 
-ally predict dire prospects for the future of 
he American lung. Like the Vietnam war 
ind civil rights, air pollution is now provid- 
ng rich lore for many an enterprising jour- 
lalist. 

Long past the point where they are preach- 
ng to the converted, they keep reporting 
hat "Air Pollution is bad!"" — as if any 
\merican doesn't reflect this truth each time 
le takes a deep breath in this age of indus- 
rial complexity and affluence. But labor- 
aving mechanical power has to come from 
omewhere — mainly, from the burning of 
ossil fuels. 

Time to Discuss Solutions to Problem 
Since it is doubtful the most vocal oppo- 
aent of air pollution is willing to give up 
lis car. his oil burner, or his electric lighting 
IS a contribution to air purification, perhaps 
t IS time to stop documenting the universally- 
icknowledged evil — and to discuss the 
neans of its amelioration. 

This is the theme objective of Our Air, a 
lublic information film produced by Audio 
'roduclions. Inc.. under a grant from the 
•Jational Coal Association, with the endorse- 
nent by the Air Pollution Control Associa- 
ion. This new film departs from the standard 
ormat of viewing with alarm in a voice of 
loom. 

.4n Informed. Knowledgeable Analysis 
, Instead. Our Air faces up to air pollution 
vith a scientific and factual rather than 
motional or melodramatic approach to the 
vil, and then explores the means of elimi- 
iating it. 

i Recognizing the gravity of the problem, 
he film carries forward an informed and 
nowledgeable analysis of the problem — 
jxamincs air pollution sources with a scien- 
ific objectivity that gets the point across 
liore effectively than would self-righteous 
londemnation. 
Our Air looks squarely at the bad news 
om its opening mcmtage — a steel blast 
urnace. screaming jets taking off. a hissing 
cam boiler, exhaust-spewing buses, dust- 
hoked demolition of a building, burning 
;aves. the passing of a dicsel train, and final- 
I. a slow agonizing look around a smoulder- 
ig city dump, culminating in an extraordi- 
arily telling shot when the dump fades into 
lue sky and the title conies on. 

Examines the Kinds of .Air Pollution 
Very quickly, the narrator sounds the re- 
urrcnt motif of the film when he asks. 
What is beiiiii done about ii'.'" It is to be 
sked again and again — but the answers 
re not presented easily or glibly. 

First, the grim problem is laid out and dis- 
;cted. The ki)xds of air pollution and the 
;asons for them, which were swiftly hinted 
t in the opening montage, are examined in 
rcater detail. 
It is interesting to note that the National 
oal Association shows grace and fairness 
1 treating the problems and attempted solu- 
ons within the oil industry. This is perhaps 
commentary both on the extreme serious- 
ess of the subject and on the attention being 



Film scene at right: 

Tlif Bureau of Mines lui\ 

built its own pilot plant 

for "proving out" the 

techniques being used to 

reclaim from stack gas 

the sulphur liberated in 

coal and oil combustion. 




Facing Up to the Facts About "Our Air" 

.4ii Informative Film Gives .4utlioritalive Answers lo .\ir Pollution Prolilenis 



paid more and more in recent years by in- 
dustry to cooperative efforts toward solving 
major national problems. 

Leaders Report on \\ hats Being Done 

When the question. "What is being done 
about it'" is next asked, the first of a series 
of authoritative answers is given — this ont 
by Senator Randolph of West Virginia, Chair 
man of the Senate Committee on Public 
Works. Senator Randolph reports on legisla 
tion passed and pending, as well as on appro- 
priations authorized by the government to- 
ward researching and solving the problem. 

There are other reports from the most 
important men in the fields, such as Dr. 
Walter R. Hibbard. Jr.. Director of the 
Bureau of Mines of the Department of the 
Interior. Dr. John T. Middleton. Director. 
National Center for Air Pollution Control 
of the United States Public Health Service. 
James Garvey. President of Bituminous Coal 
Research of the National Coal Association, 
and Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg. Chairman of the 
Atomic Energy Commission. The participa- 
tion of these top level authorities further en- 
hances the film's validity. 

Bureau of .Mines Has Own Pilot Plant 

This motion picture presents considerable 
data that may come as a reassuring surprise 
to the general public audience. For example, 
the Bureau of Mines has actually buill its 
own pilot plant lor "proving out"" techniques 
used in reclaiming from stack gas the sulphur 
liberated in the combustion of coal and oil. 

Thanks to Audio director Hans Mandell. 
who created the film under the supervision 

rlie film shows fairness in treating problems 
and wlutious undertaken by the oil induslrij. 



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Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg, chairman of the Atomic 
Energy Commission, talks about air pollution. 

of Rex Chancy, vice-president, public rela- 
tions of the NCA. this combination of fact 
and interest is held throughout Our Air. 

The film manages a delicate balance of 
informational and cinematic elements, in a 
straightforward and yet most creative way, 
avoiding compromise with the temptation to 
go ""arty"". 

This applies as well to the sequence deal- 
ing with the National Coal Association"s in- 
tensive and extensive experimental program 
for removing sulphur oxides from stack gas 
and capturing organic sulphur before it can 
escape from the stack. The union of time- 
lapse and microscopic photography of coal 
combustion makes the film most effective. 

By the lime the closing montage rolls 
around with scenic view of the verdant, un- 
polluied .'\merica everyone of us wants, the 
feeling is that an honest answer has been 
given to the question posed by the film. 
"M'lial is heini; done about it'.'" It is not 
— and is not meant to be — a comforting 
feeling. But it communicates, very clearly, 
both positive and negative sides of our pros- 
pects for diminishing air pollution — a long 
overdue approach. • 

Everyone's goal: scenic view of the verdant and 
unpolluted .\meriea which mu.\t hi- iirhirtr,! 



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8th PRODUCTION REVIEW 




Photogenic artistn/ like this has given F Ik K a "hot" media presentation. 
Wolper Films a Mpitia Story and 

F & K Scores With "The Adman's Dilemma' 

Foster & Kleiser Picture. Siiiarllv Promoted, Draws Plaudits of Advertisers 



Tn the Intensly Competitive field of 
■'■ media presentations, one of the big winners 
of the 1967-68 winter season has been The 
Adman's Dilemma presented by Foster & 
Kleiser, a division of Metromedia. Inc., which 
has attracted an overwhelmingly flattering 
response in the major advertising markets 
across the country. 

Produced by Wolper Productions, the 20- 

minute film starred Jonathan Winters, at his 

best, in a variety of roles, both amusing, and 

to the point — i.e. "F&K Means Business." 

Tailoring the Presentation to Audience 

Equally as impressive as the film itself 
was F&K's method of presentation, perfectly 

Titles are fo the point— and then thrrr's jomiiha 



tailored to its audience and carefully scheduled 
to achieve maximum effectiveness. 

The film was created, planned and organ- 
ized as a sales tool for the promotion of the 
use of F&K outdoor advertising and posters. 
Top-Level Agency Execs at the Premiere 

To give the film stature and import, it was 
premiered at a select luncheon hosted by 
John W. Kluge, chairman of the board of 
Metromedia, and Ross Barrett, president of 
the Foster & Kleiser Division. The guest list 
included 22 presidents and executive vice 
presidents of the top advertising agencies. 
Following the screening, a number of those 
present requested prints of the film to show at 

II Winters facing up to "The Adman's Dilemma." 




their agencies. Within hours, word of the 
showing had spread along Madison Avenue, 
as publicity photos were rushed to the press. 

The following morning from 8:45 to 9:15 
a continental breakfast was served to adver- 
tising executives attending an "early bird" 
showing of The Adman's Dilemma in the 
Grand Central Theatre. Well over 200 persons 
attended, including the advertising columnist 
for the New York Times, who in reviewing 
the film and its effect termed it "cle-ver". 
Grand Central Screening for Commuters 

By having the screening at the Grand Cen- 
tral Theatre, F&K was able to reach the com- 
muters from Connecticut and the Hudson 
Valley. The shuttle-train from Penn Station 
served the Long Island suburbanites. Schedul- 
ing a breakfast showing also permitted those 
in attendance to have breakfast, see the film 
and still get to their offices by 9:45 a.m. This, 
also, was in sync with current criticism that 
extended luncheon presentations nullify one's 
productive day. 

As guests arrived for the breakfast show- 
ings, two models pinned "F&K Means Busi- 
ness" buttons on their lapels. The entire for- 
mat, introduction by the F&K president, the 
20-minute film and a wrap-up wherein those 
in attendance were told they could arrange 
additional showings, did not exceed a total of 
30 minutes. 

As the audience departed, they were given 
miniature full-color poster panels featuring 
the Jonathan Winters poster they had seen in 
the film. The reverse side of the poster pro- 
moted the use of Outdoor as part of their 
media mix. 

Similar presentations have been staged in 
Detroit (afternoon cocktail presentation 
here). Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles. 
Seattle, Portland. Cleveland. Cincinnati, San 
Diego and other cities. 

Tie-Iii Promotion \Vith Maximum Effect 

Since the invitation was a critical part of 
involving the participation of the F&K clients 
and prospects, it was prepared to provide the 
maximum effect. 

A die-cut keyhole showing an eye peeking 
through became the cover design with a copy 
line reading "Foster & Kleiser invites you 
behind the scenes of an advertising agency 
plans board session to present ..." This 
opened into a full picture of Jonathan Winters 
in the role of Maude Frickert from the film. 
To intrigue the recipient, the cast listing 
showed Winters playing a total of six roles. 
The RSVP card was designed to contain the 
information relative to the specific showing. 
This treatment saved money since it allowed 
all invitations to be printed at one time with 
the return card being the only variable. 
Space Ad\ertising lU>iinds Out Campaign 

To complete the promotional package and 
stimulate bookings of the film at agencies and 
advertisers, small space newspaper mats were 
designed for regional use. In addition, a full 
page ad ran in Art Direction, a publication 
aimed at 14,000 advertising practitioners. 

The Adman's Dilemma is or soon will be 
offered to ad clubs, advertising departments 
of colleges and universities, art schools and 
other interested groups. • 



124 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



UNITED Air Lines has been flying since 
1926. and operates 3700 take-offs and 
landings in a typical day, but mounting a 
photoflight is still something special. As part 
of its merchandising program for the new 
Supcr-61. the stretched version of the work- 
horse DC-8. United recently completed an- 
other in its series of photoflights to film both 
motion pictures and stills of the giant airliner 
in its most natural setting — sky high. To 
add scenic value the aircraft was flown over 
Diamond Head, since the aircraft's first year 
of operation was transpacific and the airline 
is so strongly identified with the Islands. 

What goes into a photoflight over Hawaii'^ 
More than just packing your surfboard and 
a few cans of film. 

Convair 640 Chartered as Camera Plane 

To begin with, which aircraft? Schedules 
are juggled so the Super DC-8. regularly fly- 
ing to the Islands, is available for four hours, 
slated for the morning to avoid excessive after- 
noon air turbulence and the dark cloud build- 
up over the mountain ranges which is stand- 
ard for a Hawaiian afternoon. 

Since United has no small aircraft based 
in the Islands, a Hawaiian Airlines twin- 
engined Convair jet power 640 was chartered 
as the camera plane. The Convair was altered 
by removing four port and starboard exits, 
making them into camera bays for the pho- 
tographers. The first of dozens of rolls of tape 
came into play here, with cloth-backed cargo 
pit tape used to seal the exposed cabin vinyl 
liner and prevent damage to interior edges, 
and masking tape holding back draperies to 
prevent their whipping in the slipstream — 
hard on the curtains, hard on the lenses, and 
hard to shoot through. 

When you "think photoflight" your key 
word is planning — long range, in-depth and 
continuing — right up to take-off. Fortu- 
nately, the photoflight was in veteran hands, 
with the median experience of all concerned 
ranging around the twenty year mark. 

Piloting the camera ship was Capt. Charles 
E. White, Chief Pilot, Hawaiian Airlines; 
piloting the target Super D-8 was United's 
veteran Capt. James W. Belding, Flight Man- 
ager for Pacific Operations. Coordinating the 
photo flight was Mary Stringfellow Roche, 
United Air Lines" Special Promotions Man- 
ager, in concert with Hawaiian Air Lines' 
Assistant Vice-President — Advertising and 
Public Relations William J. Bachran, and 
Unitcd's photography contingent headed by 
Ira E. Thatcher, Training Film Specialist (mo- 
tion pictures ) and James E. McWayne, Photo- 
graphic Services Manager (stills). 

I''(|iii|>moiit Needed for Cine Photography 

With $10 million worth of aircraft over 
the lush Kollau Range, filled with top-notch 
talent, what goes along as cabin baggage? For 
3.'>mm motion picture photography start with 
two R3.'5 Mitchell Reflex Cameras equipped 
with Angcnicux 2.'i-2.'iOmm zoom lenses. At- 
tach Wratten S.S filters. Fill the magazines 
with EK 52S1 color negative and get all your 
loading done on the ground, before take-off, 
remembering to tape the mags so vibration on 
take-off and landing can't jar and scratch the 
film. 

Mount one camera on a short tripod, on a 



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iirlines' film library. 



Planning Makes Perfect on a Photoflight 

Join L'nited's Camera Crews on a Jet Flight Over Hawaii for Film Sequences 



spreader, bolted and sandbagged to a plywood 
base. Suggest six 40-pound sandbags, not only 
for stability but serving as a fairly comfort- 
able perch for the cameraman. Mount the sec- 
ond Mitchell on high-hat with O'Connor fluid 
mount and hemispheric quick-adjust head to 
level the elusive horizon. Bolt to plywood base 
and pass the sandbags. Use wild motors and 
shoot at 32 frames to minimize vibration; 
don't let the lens protrude beyond the fuse- 
lage or the entire camera assembly is pushed 
over by inrushing air. Use wider than normal 
lenses to minimize the effects of slipstream 
and engine vibration and low altitude turbu- 
lence. As a further help, get out the trusty 
tape again — tape tripods, lenses and focus, 
\\ hat You'll Need for Still Pictures 

For still photography carry a Leica and 
three Hassclblads with '/Omm film magazines, 
using 90 and n.Smm Leitz lenses for the 
former and l.'iO and 2.'>0mm lenses for the 
Hasselblads. Try a haze filter or PolaScreen 
for deep haze. Using Ektachromc X, shoot at 
1/500 to minimize vibration and expose be- 
tween f6.3 and {5.6: for Tri-X maintain the 
1/500 speed and expose between fI6 and 
fll. No matter how comfortable it is in the 
seats, get away from the distorting double 
plastic windows or think up a fast explana- 
tion for the resulting halo effect in all your 
shots. Find a nice comfortable sandbag and 
enjoy the breeze in the bays. 

So there you are at 2.000 feel, with FA.A 
clearance for photo maneuvers at this lower 
altitude than the jet normally cruises, and 
Diamond Head looms handsomely in the 
background. The DC-8 loafs along at its slow- 
est speed, but Belding maintains the jet's in- 
flight image of nose down, tail up by giving 
it ten percent flap, imperceptible in the shots. 
Camera .Ship Musi Fly a Level Course 

Meanwhile, back in the Convair, Capt. 
White flies his turboprop at highest speed to 
keep pace with the jel. In aerial photography, 
the camera ship flics level and constant, to 
maintain the horizon, while the target or sub- 
ject ship tracks, or "flies on it". Capt. Beld- 
ing keeps in continuous communication via 



standard air-to-air two-way radio with White 
using predetermined VHF radio frequency. 

Possibly the busiest man over the Pacific 
at this point. White is channelling directions 
to Belding received via intercom from the 
communications officer with the camera crew. 
Due to the high noise level in the bays, the 
camera crew hand signals to the communica- 
tions officer to indicate near. far. up, down 
and "cut!" Anticipating the noise barrier, ad- 
vance planning lined up the shots, with on-the- 
spot adjustments required due to cloud cover, 
atmospheric conditions and other immediate 
variables on this photoflight. 

When you land, what have you got beyond 
a camera crew with temporary deafness? The 
crew filmed stills for publicity and internal 
training purposes, and 35mm stock footage 
(with plans for 16mm reduction for even 
greater utilization in the industrial field) avail- 
able to Business Screen readers producing 
films with authentic aircraft sequences. Stock 
footage may be obtained free of charge from 
United Air Lines' Film Library in Los An- 
geles, which in addition to the Super DC-8 
footage maintains a complete selection cover- 
ing the entire jet fleet, propellor aircraft, his- 
torical planes and various airport facilities. • 

Camera crew in altered Coiuair 640 jet stands 
"at riadtj" in camtra Ihiijs [port ami starlward 
exits urn- removed for the purpose) as L'liitcd 
eompleles another of its planned photoflights. 
taking both motion pietiires and stills of the 
nete Super DC-8 (ii natural, shj-hich. setting. 





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hiiaiiinativc, realistic visual effects add to a}>pr(tl o/ "A Better Bridge". 

The Bridge Between Company & Customers 

Pan American Training Film Stresses the Pergonal Touch in Telephone Sales 



A s Business Procedures become more 
■^^ and more mechanical, more impersonal, 
more "untouched by human rands" as it were, 
those moments when people do come into 
contact with each other assume greater and 
greater importance. 

In industries that deal directly with the 
consuming public, these moments of person 
to person contact can make a difference seem- 
ingly far out of proportion to the time in- 
volved in the transaction or to the amount 
of business actually conducted. And when the 
personal exchange is mediated trrough a me- 
chanical device such as a telephone — even 
the problem has problems. 

Film Helps Build "A Better Bridge" 

To Pan American Airways one of the an- 
swers to the problem of personalizing tele- 
phone contacts is a training course on tele- 
phone sales techniques based on a tidy little 
color film called A Belter Bridge. 

As the title implies, the telephone in the 
film serves as more than simply an instru- 
ment to carry a sound from one place to 
another. The telephone can, when properly 
utilized, form a bridge between company and 
customer that at worst facilitates the business 
at hand and at best can provide a solid and 
meaningful avenue of communication between 
a product and its marketplace. 

Produced by Henry Straii.ss & Compauv 

A Belter Bridge was produced by Henry 
Strauss and Company of New York City as 
an integral part of their course designed for 
Pan American to promote more sales and 
better customer relations through the medium 
of the telephone. The 13'/2 minute, 16mm 




color film uses table-top cinematography to 
create a visual effect that is both imaginative 
and appropriately realistic. 

The characters in the film, though only 
four-inch sculptured models, take on all the 
personality traits of their real-life counter- 
parts: the impatient world traveler, the nerv- 
ous shipper, the demanding businessman, the 
innocent first-time tourist. To the telephone 
sales agent, each presents a unique problem 
the solution to which lies in the handling of 
the device that, in a sense, has contributed 
to the problem in the first place. 

Key Problem Inherent in Phone Sales 

Not the least of the values of A Belier 
Bridge lies in its treatment of the difficulties 
inherent in telephone selling, of trying to de- 
termine and satisfy customer needs without 
the precious advantage of face to face com- 
munication. One of the basic ideas seems to 
be that anyone who thinks there is little or no 
difference between selling over the telephone 



and selling over a counter ought to think 
twice about the elements comprising a sale 
of any kind. 

Building a better bridge between company 
and customer is seen to be largely a matter 
of combining sensitivity to others with a kind 
of thorough practicality that allows little op- 
portunity for overlooking a customer need 
however well hidden it may be. The diffi- 
culty of course is that on the telephone only 
two senses at most come into play: a care- 
fully-developed one of hearing, and the pro- 
verbial sixth ( about which not much can be 
done one way or another). 

The telephone agent, then, has a severly 
limited repertoire of resources. It is the pur- 
pose of A Belter Bridge, therefore, to de- 
velop the agent's ability both to listen as 
skillfully as possible and to respond in a way 
that serves the customer best whether by 
providing information, offering rim alterna- 
tives, or by asking questions. 

As presented in A Better Bridge, skillful 
listening in a telephone sales situation is not 
simply a matter of total hearing. Much of 
the listening, in fact, is concerned with filter- 
ing out either the unimportant or the irre- 
levant. The agent's judgments in these re- 
spects are developed by the neat, visual struc- 
turing in the film of the elements of a sale. 

The picture culminates in the actual build- 
ing of a bridge from the blocks of understand- 
ing and mutual satisfaction that the agent has 
fashioned by means of his ability not only to 
listen but to listen sympathetically. Not sur- 
prisingly, the bridge bears a striking resem- 
blance to a telephone handpiece. 

A Better Bridge is currently being used by 
Pan American Sales and Service Training De- 
partment and is not available to the general 
public. The film represents a fine example 
of the table-top technique in its use of models 
and minature sets to put across some basic 
ideas entertainingly and with impact. • 



Film Challenge: Find "Dram 

by lack Moss 

Moss Communications, Inc. 

LIGHT A Warehouse.' It can't be done! 
That was the first reaction of the mo- 
tion picture crew filming operations in the 
new automated Sperry & Hutchinson Co. 
warehouse near Chicago. Thoughts of hav- 
ing to light every inch of the 9,000,000 cubic 
foot interior made even the light meter 
quiver! 

But then the formulation of ways to do 
the job began. 

The warehouse is one big arena of 300,- 
000 sq. ft., 30 ft. high. In the center there's 
a maze of metal racks holding merchandise. 
High above them is more than a mile of con- 
veyor belts, complete with automatic switch- 
ing system that's got many a railyard beat. 

S & H Creative Service Manager Al 
Jacoby suggested shooting the film from the 
conveyor belts. We suggested they go one 
step farther — give the camera an identity 
— make it a gift item. Do everything possible 
from the point of view of a piece of mcr- 



a" in Picture of a Warehouse 

chandise as it travels through the warehouse 
on the conveyors. And (the clincher), why 
not write the narration in the first person, 
as if the item, itself, were talking'.' 

With this concept established, things began 
falling rapidly into place. The warehouse re- 
mained, obviously, too large to light for an 
overall shot — but we still wanted to convey 
the idea that it was really big. 

The solution was a fairly tight, moving 
shot from an adjacent highway. It would give 
the impression of the item approaching the 
warehouse and "seeing" it for the first time. 




126 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 




What do you get by going 
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You get a complete system of color motion picture products. 
Each element — shooting stock, intermediate, print film and 
chemistry — is designed to do a specific job. All are designed 
to work together, beautifully. And you get much more 
than just product. You get the personal service of our fic'l_d 
engineers, who are backed by the engineers and 
scientists in our laboratories. When you rely on 
Eastman, you get a total concern for the un- 
qualified success of your entire production. 




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When the most 

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When (he freshest 
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When the most effective 
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Filming an S&H Warehouse: 

(CONTINUED FROM PRECEDING PAGE 126) 

■•Six football fields could fit in there," it says 
somewhat incredulously, as the camera travels 
the entire lencth of the building. 

S&H decided to expand the concept of 
the film and use it. also, as a vehicle to 
depict the complete cycle of S&H Green 
Stamps — from the time they are given to 
the customer to their final redemption at a 
redemption center. Now we had both a mar- 
keting and warehousing story to tell in the 
same film! 

The Lady Wants a 30-Cup Coffee Pot 
An attractive young married was selected 
to play the part of a housewife — receiving 
stamps in the supermarket, service station 
drua store and the like, looking through 
S&H"s Idea Book of Gift Merchandise, past- 
ina her stamps into books, and finally corn- 
in" to a redemption center to exchange them 
for a aift. And, as she contemplates a 30-cup 
coffee-pot — our "hero" — tells the story 
of how he got there, i.e.. his Fimtasnc Jour- 
ney. , f 
Using the "flashback" technique, the cot- 
fee pot explained what happened to him from 
the time he approached and entered the 
warehouse to the time he was loaded into an 
S&H truck ("Easy now, friend.") and taken 
to the redemption center. The camera alter- 
nates between the point of view of the coffee 
pot and an objective look at what's happen- 
The subjective view of the coffee pot is 
achieved by setting the camera on the con- 
veyor belt and keeping it running as it moves 
down the aisle. Occasional reverse angle shots 
showina the coffee pot on the belt, as part of 
an order going to a redemption center, es- 
tablishes that it is. indeed, the coffee pot 
doina the talking. 

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by an exciting angle shot of the belt as a long 
line of items in cartons sweeps past the sta- 
tionary camera to the strains of march music. 
The viewer can almost envision a column of 
soldiers aoing by. An electric eye throws a 
switch, a mechanical arm moves into posi- 
tion (all seemingly in time to the music), 
and the items are directed onto one of the 
three belts that will take them to the truck 
being loaded. 

Hanging by Sling Over Merging Point 
To aet the cameras and lights up to the 
switching point, or merge. (24 feet off the 
floor, accessible only by a ladder), a sling 
was fashioned and equipment hoisted in a 
basket. Lights were hung from the ceiling. 
A aas aenerator was raised into position by 
a forklift truck to bring power to the shoot- 
ing area and eliminate long power cables. 
An elevated platform, used for cleaning and 
maintenance work, was used as a camera 
platform for the angle shot. 

At the end of the conveyor, the "hero 
moves excitedly down to floor level on the 
conveyor, to where the trucks are being 
loaded ("This is like coming down the last 
loop of a roller coaster.") — and is soon 
on his way to the redemption center, which 
brings us back to the present. 

Naturally, our heroine redeems her stamps 
1 for the coffee pot. and in the chmax, hugs 
I it kisses it and walks dreamily off. "Gosh," 
says the coffee pot (played in voice-over 
narration by Mason Adams ). '"What a (sigh) 
pleasant way to end a story." 

Result: S&H Has Multi-Purpose Film 
The 16mm color film runs 12 minutes. It's 
initial use was an S&H sales meeting. It's 
straightforward, humorous touch and snappy 
music make ideal, as well, for showing to 
women's clubs and other groups. And. its 
already been used to show manufacturers 
how efficiently their products are handled 
once they're delivered to an S&H warehouse. 
Merchants can also see what happens to the 
stamps once they've been given to customers. 
In other words, it's a multi-purpose film that 
will be used extensively by the S&H organ- 
ization. . 

Even more important, the film isn t lim- 
ited to showina a segment of the company s 
operation. It places the automated warehouse 
in perspective, indicating that it's all part 
of the Sperry & Hutchinson Company s mod- 
ern proaressive way of doing business. Or, 
as the coffee pot intones in the final words 
of the script, "/.v /' any wonder S&H i.s one 
of the fastest growing, dynuniic race setters 
in A inerican iniliistry.' 

BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



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Screening Room: Pictures of the Month 



National Institutes of Health 
Pictured as "Miraculous Pool" 

" A new film which describes 
the activities of the National In- 
stitutes of Health has recently 
been completed for release 
through the Institutes and the 
Public Health Service. 

The Miraculous Pool, pro- 
duced by the Institute of Visual 
Communication (under Execu- 
tive Producer William J. Ganz), 
shows how the National Institutes 
of Health support medical re- 




Dr. Albert Sabiii, polio tiicanc 
dkco-cercr. pictured at premiere 
of "The Miraculous PooY' xtorij. 

search, research training, and 
construction of research facilities 
in the nation's medical and dental 
schools, universities and other 
research centers. It also explains 
how the Institutes conduct lab- 
oratory and clinical research in 
their own facilities at Bcthesda, 
Maryland, and in the field. 

As the film demonstrates, the 
programs of the eight Institutes 
are designed to explore new med- 
ical and scientific knowledge in 
order to control especially the 
major killing, crippling and infec- 
tious diseases of today, such as 
cancer, heart disease, arthritis, 
neurological disorders and res- 
piratory illnesses. 

The Miraculous Tool was spon- 
sored by the Becton. Dickinson 

Producer \\'llliam ]. Ganz sets up 
a scene for Health Inslihili film. 




Foundation for the Advancement 
of Medical Science "as an ap- 
propriate example of what would 
be done to give public recogni- 
tion to scientific accomplishments 
which deserve public understand- 
ing and support." • 
* * * 

"Here is Tomorrow" — the Real 
Life of Alexander Graham Bell 

" Here Is Tomorrow, a new mo- 
tion picture on the life of Alex- 
ander Graham Bell, has been 
released by the Bell System for 
nationwide distribution to the 
general public. 

Filmed on location near the 
houses and laboratories where 
Bell lived and worked, the 28- 
minute color film dramatizes 
many virtually unknown aspects 
of Bell's career. 

Everyone knows Alexander 
Graham Bell invented the tele- 
phone. But how many people 
know that he designed and built 




Mr. Bell teaches a deaf child how 
to S'licak iit "Here Is Tomorroic". . . 

the first plane flown before the 
American public — and an early 
iron lung? 

And those things were just the 
beginning; Bell laid the ground- 
work for many developments that 
are in the vanguard of scientific 
achievement even now. For in- 
stance, he expcrimenled with the 
hydrofoil, with the telephone 
probe — a forerunner of X-ray — 
and with voice transmission via 
light beams, which is being 
achieved today with lasers. 

The Bell System decided to 
make Here Is Tomorrow because 
the company felt that wider 
knowledge of Bell's work can 
contribute substantially to a bel- 
ter understanding of today's 
world and its technology. 

Here Is Tomorrow was pro- 
duced by Jack Denove Produc- 
tions of Hollywood and is avail- 
able to the general public through 
local Bell System offices, and to 
television stations through Ster- 
linu Movies. Inc. • 



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* Small Business Administration 
Gives "Score" in a Film Series 

■m a series of three new films 
by the Small Business Admin- 
istration are being used to train 
members of the Service Corps of 
Retired Executives (SCORE). 
The purpose of the films is to 
stimulate creative thought and 
teach the application of the prin- 
ciples of business counseling to 
SCORE members, already suc- 
cessful business specialists. 

The first film in the series. 
The Antique Man. is an over- 
view of the SCORE program and 
its relationship to the SBA. 

The second film. Stop, Look 
and Listen seeks to motivate ac- 
ceptance of counseling techniques 
on the part of the SCORE mem- 
ber. 

Tlie SCORE Board, the third 
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counseling methods and tells the 
story of a small manufacturing 
firm that has called on SCORE 
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ence May, cdticution specialist: 
Irving Manc.^.i, assoc. administra- 
tor, procurement and manugenient 
assistance; Edward Rosa. Mid-Al- 
lantic area administrator; and 
SBA administrator, Robert Moot. 

the studios of Calvin-De Frenes 
Corp., Philadelphia, with loca- 



tion photography at actual busi- 
ness establishments and sites in 
the area. Scripts were written by 
Lee Davis. The films were di- 
rected by Don Hoffman; Wayne 
Sharp was cinematographer; 
Robert Colloni, sound director; 
and Paul Scaramucci was film 
editor. 

Gene A. Carr, Calvin-De Fre- 
nes vice president was executive 
producer, with Florence May 
providing technical supervision 
for the SBA. 

Prints of the releases can be 
obtained through local offices of 
the Small Business Administra- 
tion. • 

Cutting Police Vehicle Accidents 
Target of New Goodyear Film 

■> Can the accident rate involv- 
ing police vehicles be reduced? 

Yes, thought Dale Adams, po- 
lice chief at Baldwin Park, Calif., 
a Los Angeles suburb. Adams 
proceeded to prove it by develop- 
ing a special driver training pro- 
gram to help his officers learn 
special techniques needed to 
drive safely on city streets. 

The result was a 33 per cent 
reduction in the number of mis- 
haps involving police vehicles six 
months after the program began. 

The story of the program and 
its success is now available in a 
seven-minute public service film 
prepared for police departments 
by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber 
Co. 

The film, .4 Drive jor Safety. 
explains the content and goals of 
the program and follows a Bald- 
win Park Police vehicle through 
an obstacle course used to test 
driving skill and improve driv- 
ing confidence. 

A Drive for Safely is available 
on a short-term loan basis with- 
out charge from the Public Re- 
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MPO's "Silver" Documents Use, 
Mining of the Precious Metal 

''r Silver, a new documentary 
film produced for the Bureau of 
Mines of the U. S. Department 
of the Interior, recently made its 
debut in a series of screenings 
in New York and Washington. 

The modem story of the pre- 
cious metal. Silver outHnes the 
production and industrial uses of 
the metal in contemporary Am- 
erica. 

The film was jointly sponsored 
by American Smelting and Re- 
fining Co.. the Hecia Mining Co.. 
and the Anaconda Co. It was 
directed by MPO's Julius Potoc- 
sny. and will be distributed by 
the U. S. Department of the In- 
terior's Bureau of Mines. • 

* * * 
Relation of Nutrition to Health, 
Vigor Shown in Canadian Film 
tr The Canadian Department of 
National Health & Welfare has a 
new film, produced for them by 
Crawley Films Ltd.. to prove 
that good nutrition is essential to 
health and vigor. 

The film, entitled Menu, makes 
use of an interesting experiment 
with a litter of pups at Red Deer. 
Alberta, where Royal Canadian 
Mounted Police dogs are bred 
and trained. Amusing and infor- 
mative, the film provides ideas 
for homemakers for nutritious, 
well balanced diets. 

The 22-minute color film is 
available in both French and 
English on loan from any Cana- 
dian Provincial Health Depart- 
ment or from the National Film 

Board. • 

* * * 

Heart Association Film Explains 
The Diagnosis of Hypertension 

i< A new medical teaching film 
designed to meet the immediate 
needs of the practicing physician 
in diagnosing hypertension has 
been produced by the .American 
Heart Association. 

The 22-minute color film, en- 
titled H\i>eriension: the Chal- 
leni;e of Diagnosis . demonstrates 
the approach to diagnosis by pos- 
ing two questions which physi- 
cians must answer in evaluating 
the condition; 

"What is the cause?" 
"What damage has it done?" 
Including art and animation se- 
quences, the film emphasizes the 
importance of careful history, 
physical examination and selec- 
tive laboratory procedures to de- 
termine whether a primary or a 
curable form of hypertension is 
present. It illustrates the organs 
most commonly damaged and 



considers drug treatment of hy- 
pertension. 

Hypertension : The Challenge 
of Diagnosis was produced and 
directed by Leo Trachtenberg for 
Harvest Films. Inc. It was made 
under a grant from E. R. Squibb 
& Sons. 

Prints of the new film are 
available to medical schools, hos- 
pitals, medical societies and other 
professional groups from local 
Heart Associations or the nation- 
al office of the American Heart 
Association. 44 East 23rd Street. 
New York 10010. • 

* * * 

The Story of Lead and Its 
Uses in Bureau of Mines Film 

> The utility of lead and its con- 
tributions to modern life are un- 
derscored in The Lead Matrix. 
a new 16mm sound and color 
production from the Department 
of the Interior's Bureau of Mines. 
Lead mining scenes in the film 
show ore being taken from wide- 
ly distributed deposits. Then, in 
processing and refining episodes, 
the extraction of lead from its 
ores is delineated step by step 
until the metal is seen formed in- 
to ingots. 

The 27-minute film combines 
on-site photography and anima- 
tion to cover many common ap- 
plications of lead in storage bat- 
teries, paint, pipe, gasoline and 
other everyday products. Includ- 
ed are laboratory scenes illustrat- 
ing potential uses for lead that 
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now border on the frontiers of 
scientific research and develop- 
ment. 

Prints of The Lead Matrix are 
available of a free short-loan ba- 
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* * * 

American Bible Society Short 
Offered lo Selected Theaters 

■h The new technicolor short 
subject. Spirit in the Tree, is 
being made available free to se- 
lected theaters in the New York, 
Chicago and Los Angeles areas 
from Association Films. Inc. 

The film, which uses photo- 
graphic techniques reminiscent of 
the Swedish film Elvira Mailigan. 
has received considerable critical 
acclaim for its imagery and 
imagination. 

Produced by Owen Murphy 
Productions for the American 
Bible Society. Spirit in the Tree 
was directed by Paul Cohen, with 
original music by Frank Lewin. 
For additional information, write 
Arthur McLaughlin, Association 
Films. 600 Madison Ave.. New 
York. N.Y. 10022. . 

* * * 

New Sears Picture Aimed at the 
Home Improvement Market 

T- In order to promote home im- 
provements. Sears. Roebuck & 
Co. has produced a new film 
aimed at answering questions of 
homeowners debating the prob- 
lem of whether to move or to 
improve their existing homes. 

A New Look at the Old Ad- 
dress graphically shows what can 
be done to bring an old house 
back to life. Aimed at the seven 
out of ten homeowners who de- 
cide to remodel, renovate and 
improve their present homes, the 
film provides suggestions and 
examples of methods and mate- 
rials to improve older homes. 

As a vivid illustration of what 
can be done. Sears purchased an 
old home and gave it a complete- 



ly new look, using Sears prod- 
ucts and installation srevices. 
They began with a new roof, 
and ended with a new lawn, com- 
plete with automatic sprinkler 
system, giving the house an en- 
tirely new and fresh exterior ap- 
pearance. Inside, the house has 
been provided with a modem 
kitchen, attractive interior decor, 
modem laundry facilities, an in- 
tercom for room-to-room com- 
munication, and complete water 
and air treatment facilities. 

A New Look at the Old Ad- 
dress is being distributed by Sears 
as a public service as is available 
to interested groups on a free- 
loan basis. Write Public Relations 
Dept. D/703. Scars. Roebuck & 
Co.. 7401 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, 
111. 60076. • 

* * * 

Colonial Williamsburg Receives 
Award for "Time to Begin" 

tV Colonial Williamsburg recent- 
ly received a "Chris Award" for 
its production Time to Begin, 
originally made for the 1966 
Governor's Conference on Natu- 
ral Beauty. 

The award was presented by 
the Film Council of Greater Co- 
lumbus (Ohio) and the Colum- 
bus Area Chamber of Commerce 
at its 15th annual film festival. 
The brass figurine, a statuette of 
Christopher Columbus, joins two 
others for past Colonial Williams- 
burg productions. 

Time to Begin is a "visual 
statement of conditions and needs 
in the area of beautification 
throughout Virginia," according 
to .Arthur L. Smith, director of 
the film and head of the Colonial 
Williamsburg Audio-Visual De- 
partment. The film focuses at- 
tention on elements which threat- 
en to destroy the Common- 
wealth's natural beauty illustrat- 
ing man's neglect and indiffer- 
ence to the need for preservation 
of natural resources. 

Twenty-five prints of the film 
have been donated to the State 
of Virginia for area showings. • 



Before reconstruction: rear view After remodeling: fhr Seiirs film 
of old house in Hinninf^^hani. Ala. slion.s hoiiso hroiii^lil hiirk to life. 




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Key to Film Results 

A Preface to the Producer Listing Pages 

'T^HE Buyer of Films and related audiovisual production 
services in industry, government and the agency field 
can turn to the following 65 solid pages of detailed listings 
of active, experienced and specializing companies with as- 
surance that the Editors of this 18th Annual Production 
Review again provide our subscribers with the most com- 
I'lete and dependable source of such viral buyer data pub- 
lished anywhere in the world. 

If we sought mere numbers, the numerous name and ad- 
dress listings of any city or phone directory would suffice, 
as such sources do for many imitators. But we require 
facts-in-depth about recent production experience as a 
basic prerequisite for producer listings. Despite these high 
standards, these pages exceed all previous totals as 418 
companies in both the United States and Canada have pro- 
vided essential facts needed by buyers. And we also pro- 
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The buyer's key to successful use of audiovisual media 
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listed companies. No charge is made for a listing; those 
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Facts-in-depth also include the names and titles of over 
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motion pictures and 496 slidefilms produced by U. S. and 
Canadian companies during 1967. 120 other audiovisual 
services are also given as references. In the International 
listings, there are names of 263 other key people on pro- 
ducer staffs; 303 motion pictures and 10 slidefilms are given 
as references by the overseas companies submitting 1967 
data to the Production Review. 

Behind these statistics is important evidence that these 
listed companies provided the most widely-used of all spon- 
sored motion pictures and slidefilms in llie U. S. and Can- 
ada last year: these accounted for countless thousands of 
color film prints shown to audiences. They were also the 
creators of films which received highest honors in national 
and international film competition. 

This preface should also note the exceptions to our list- 
ing standards: new companies organized within the past 
year or not previously listed in these pages are permitted 
to appear without minimum reference data. In a very few 
instances, established companies of repute have also been 
accepted for listing with fewer than a minimum number of 
five or more 1967 reference credits. It is possible for a small 
company or individual to put an entire year's effort in a 
single film assignment. No well-known producer's data has 
been excluded from these listing pages when adequate e.x- 
planation was given Specialists in television commercial 
production may be clearly identified by the nature of their 
film or videotape reference credits. 

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tion Review, .'^ny errors or omissions due to time or space 
limitations will be promptly correctly in a Production Re- 
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO PRODUCER LISTINGS 



UNITED STATES 



Producers 



Page No. 



A C I Productions 139 

A V Corporation 179 

Academy Film Productions. Inc 169 

Academy-McLarty Productions. Inc 155 

Addington Associates. Inc 178 

Admaster Prints. Inc 139 

Aegis Productions, Inc 139 

Allegro Film Productions 1 39 

All Star Film Productions 1 88 

Altschul, Gilbert. Productions, Inc 169 

American Diversified Services 165 

American Film Productions. Inc 139 

Anderson Cinematography 174 

Anderson, Jack, Productions 172 

Animated Productions, Inc 140 

Animatic Productions. Ltd 140 

Animation Arts Associates, Inc 159 

Animators. The 160 

Applied Concepts. Inc 140 

Ascon Corporation 183 

Associated Film Consultants. Inc 140 

Astra Films. Inc 157 

Audio Productions, Inc 140 

B F B Productions. Inc 140 

Barbre Productions. Inc 180 

Barton. Film Company. The 162 

Barton. Peter J.. Productions. Inc 163 

Bay State Film Productions, Inc 137 

Becker. Marvin. Film-maker 181 

Bear Films. Inc 200 

Beckcr-Goessl. Inc 169 

Betzer Productions, Inc 169 

Blackman. Everett. Productions 169 

Bovey. Martin, Productions, Inc 137 

Brand Productions 167 

Bransby. John Productions. Ltd 141 

Bray Studios. Inc 141 

Cadwell Productions. Inc 164 

Calvin-DeFrenes Corporation 159 

Calvin Productions. Inc I Vd 

Cameras International Productions 170 

Cameron Film Productions Co 189 

Campbell Films 139 

Campus Film Productions. Inc 141 

Canyon Films of Arizona 1 77 

Capital Film Services. Inc 167 

Carlocke Langden ]-j^ 

Cavalcade Productions. Inc . . . 170 

Centron Corporation. Inc 175 

Chapman-Spittler Productions, Inc 177 

Charles. Henry. Motion Picture Studios .... 156 
Christensen. Ray J.. Film A,ssociates, Inc. . . 177 

Chronicle Productions 14] 

Cinecraft. Inc . 1 68 

Cinema East/TFI, Inc !.!.!.! 163 

Cinemakers. Inc . 141 

Cinematography — R. Winer . . . .\6'> 

Cine-Pic Hawaii ' I qq 

Cine-View. Inc I g ^ 

City Film Center. Inc \4\ 

Clifton Productions. Inc ] 141 

Close Productions 1 63 

Coffin Christensen Film Productions 189 

Colburn, John, Associates, Inc 170 

Coleman Productions, Inc 141 

Colodzin Productions. Inc [ . 141 

Colonial Films, Inc ! ! 1 63 

Commercial Productions, Inc 189 

Commonwealth Motion Pictures .15S 

Condor Productions, Inc !,176 

Conlempo Productions, Inc !!!l42 

Continental Film Productions, Corp 165 

Copley Productions 183 

Copri International Films, Inc 161 

Cornell Visual Aids Company 159 



Producers Page No. 

Coronado Studios 161 

Corporate Business Films 161 

Corwin. Raymond, Productions. Inc 142 

Countryman-Klang. Inc 175 

Craven. Thomas. Film Corporation 142 

Creative Arts Studio, Inc 157 

Creative Communications. Inc 170 

Crowe. Gordon. Productions, Inc 142 

Curtis. Cally. Company 183 

Custom Films. Incorporated 137 

Cygnet — LP.'\. Inc 142 

Daggett, Avalon. Productions 164 

Darron Associates. Inc 188 

Data/Films 183 

Davidson Films 181 

Dawson. Larry. Productions 181 

Dekko Film Productions. Inc 137 

Depiclo Films Corporation 142 

D4 Studios, Inc 1 37 

Dimension Films 183 

Ditzell, William, Productions 169 

Dolphin Productions, Inc 142 

Donovan. Kevin Films 137 

Douglas Film Industries, Inc 170 

Douglas. Neil, Productions 165 

Dudle\ Productions, Ltd 183 

Dunn, Cal, Studios, Inc 17C 

Dynamic Films, Inc 142 

Ediin Film Productions, Inc 177 

Edson. Franz, Inc 143 

Educational Film Productions 200 

Elektra Film Productions. Inc 143 

Elms. Charles. Productions, Inc 143 

EMC Corporation 183 

Empire Films Corporation 190 

Empire Photosound, Inc 175 

Esprit Productions 143 

Etcetera Films. Inc 143 

E T F Productions. Inc 164 

Faber, Marshall L., Productions 180 

Fannon & Osmond. Inc 143 

Fairbanks. Jerry Productions 184 

Farrell, Matt, Productions, Inc 143 

F.B.N. Films 165 

Feld, William. Productions 156 

Fell, Edward Productions 168 

Fidelity Film Productions 178 

Filmack Studios 171 

Film Enterprises. Inc 143 

Filmex, Inc. — East/ West 143 

Filmfair 1 84 

Filmfair. Inc 144 

Film House. Inc.. The 1 56 

Filmline Production Associates, Inc 184 

Film Productions Company 165 

Film Services, Inc 175 

Films for Industry, Inc 181 

Films West. Inc 1 89 

Fine Arts Productions, Inc 184 

Finley, .Stuart, Inc 157 

Fiore Films | 56 

Fisher, Robert, Productions 165 

Flagg Films, Inc 184 

Florez. Incorporated 165 

F M Productions 1 84 

Focus Unlimited. Inc 169 

Fordcl Films. Inc 144 

Foster Films. Inc 144 

Fotovox. Inc 202 

F P S 144 

Frechette. Fred L.. Productions 159 



NOTE: Bold-face listings denote displav ;id- 
\ crtisiiig of pnidiKirs in fliis i.ssue. Sec Index 
to .Xdvcrtiscrs on liiial paye iil tliis Review. 



Producers Page No. 

Fried. Si. Productions. Inc 144 

Furman Films 181 

Gemini Films. Inc 144 

General Pictures Corp 168 

Gerald Productions, Inc 144 

Glenn, Jack, Inc 144 

Goldberger, Edw. H.. Productions 176 

Goldsholl, Morton, Design Associates, Inc. . . 171 

Goodway, Incorporated 162 

Gotham Film Productions, Inc 145 

Grandey, Roy, Productions 181 

Graphic House 139 

Gregg, Henry, Inc 159 

Guggenheim, Productions. Inc 157 

Hallmark Films and Recordings. Inc 158 

Handy, Jam, Organization, Inc., The 166 

Hankinson Studio. Inc 145 

Hanna-Barbera Productions 184 

Hardcastle Film Associates 176 

Harris-Tuchman Productions. Inc 184 

Hartley Productions, Inc 145 

Harvest Films. Inc 145 

Haverland Film Productions, Ltd 145 

Haycox. Photoramic. Inc 158 

Henderson. Bucknum & Co 180 

Henkin-Faillace Productions. Inc 145 

Hennessy, John J., Motion Pictures 184 

Henning & Cheadle. Inc 166 

Hess, Dan Productions 145 

Hicks, Robert Bruce & Associates 171 

Holland-Wegman Productions, Inc 156 

Hollywood Animators 185 

Hotchkiss, Tom, Productions 185 

Howe, Max, Film Productions 177 

Huher. Louis. R., Productions 189 

Humphrey, Williamson & Gibson, Inc 174 

Imagination, Inc 182 

Industrial Motion Pictures, Inc 168 

Institute of Visual Communications, Inc. . . 145 

Instructional Arts, Inc 166 

Interlock Productions, Inc 171 

J P I Denver 180 

Jamieson Film Company 178 

Jenkyns, Shean & Elliot, Inc 185 

Johnston. Hugh & Suzanne. Inc 156 

K & S Films. Inc 168 

Karas. Jonathan & Associates 138 

Kayfetz. Victor. Productions. Inc 145 

Keith. Allan. Productions. Inc 145 

Keitz ct Herndon. Inc 179 

keliock Productions, Inc 171 

Kerbawy. Company. The 166 

Kerkow. Herbert. Inc 146 

Kim. Paul & Clifford. Lew. Prods.. Inc. ... 146 

King Screen Productions 189 

Kirshner. Wm. N.. & Company. Inc 171 

Klein. Walter J.. Co.. Ltd 164 

Knickerbocker Productions. Inc 146 

Lance Studios 146 

Landor. Walter. Associates 182 

Lane Films 185 

Lane. Anthony. Film Studios. Inc 175 

La Rue Films, Incorporated 171 

Lasky Film Productions. Inc 168 

Laurence Associates. Inc 138 

Le Roy Motion Picture Productions 146 

Lieb. Jack, Productions 172 

Lodge, Arthur Productions. Inc 146 

Logos. Limited 157 

Lopatin. Ralph Productions. Inc 159 

Lori Productions. Inc 185 

Lou Lilly Productions 185 

Love. James Productions. Inc 146 

Low and .Associates, Inc 175 

'umar Film Productions, Inc 185 

Lux-Brill Productions, Inc 146 



134 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 




(i(H)<>^*i*a|)hi(*al \\m\v\ Io ProducxM's 



A Reference Listing of Established 
Business & Television Film/Tape Producers 
in the United States, Canada and Abroad 



NEW ENGLAND STATES 

Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont ) 37- 139 

METROPOLITAN NEW YORK 

Producer listings begin on page 139, through page 155 

MIDDU ATLANTIC STATES 

New York Stale, New Jersey, District of Columbia 155-158 

Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvanio 158-161 

SOUTHEASTERN REGION 

Alabama, Florida and Georgia 161-163 

Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee 164-165 

EAST CENTRAL STATES 

Indiana, Michigan ond Metropolitan Detroit Areo 165-167 

Ohio, Metropolllon Cincinnati and Cleveland Areos 167 169 

ILLINOIS: METROPOLITAN CHICAGO 

Producer listings begin on poge 169, through page 174 

WEST CENTRAL STATES 

Konsas, Minnesota, Missouri 175-177 

Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dokola, Wisconsin 177 



SOUTHWESTERN STATES 

Arizona, Oklahoma, Texas (Dallas and Houston) 177-180 

MOUNTAIN STATES 

Colorado and Metropoliton Denver 180-181 

PACIFIC WEST COAST: CALIFORNIA 

Son Froncisco Boy Area, San Diego 181-183 

METROPOLITAN LOS ANGELES 

Producer Listings begin on page 183, through page 188 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST AND HAWAII 

Oregon, Washington and Howoii 188-190 

BUSINESS SCREEN INTERNATIONAL 

Canodo Alberta through Quebec Provinces 190-192 

Mexico ond latin-American Film Producers 193 

European Producers: Belgium, England, France, Germany 193-197 

Holland, Denmark, Norwoy and Sweden 197-199 



South Africa and the Fc F ,i Indio, Moloysio, 
Jopan, ond Austrn' 



199-200 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO P R O D U C ETTTreTTTHyS 



UNITED STATES: 

Producers P^g'^ No. 

M P O Productions, Inc 147 

M R C Films l^l 

MacCrone, Charles Productions 1>>3 

McHugh, Fenton. Productions. Inc 172 

Madison, Larry Productions. Inc 146 

Magna Fi.m Productions. Inc -•'^0 

Mantell. Harold, Inc 47 

Mar.ithon International Productions. Inc. ... 14/ 

Master Motion Picture Co 1 -^i^ 

Mattco Associates. Inc 

Matthews, William W. & Company, Inc 

Mavsles Films. Inc 

Mendelson. Lee. Film Productions, Inc. 

Mercury Nev\sfilni. Inc 

Metro-Goldwyn Mayer. Inc 185 

Metrovision. Inc '47 

Milner. Fenwick, Inc '58 

Mode-Art Pictures. Inc K^O 

Monumental Films & Recordings. Inc l.'>8 

Morgan. Byron, Associales, Inc 157 

Moss Communications. Inc 147 

Motion Picture Productions 17S 

Motion Picture Service Company 1S2 

MuUer. Jordan & Hcrrick, Inc I4S 

Munk. Burt <& Company 1 '2 

Murphy. Owen. Productions 148 

Mutschmann Films 160 



172 
160 

147 
182 
147 



Producers Page No. 

Ray, Reid, H., Film Industries, Inc 176 

Read, Brooks & Associates. Inc 164 

Reed, Roland. Productions. Inc 1S6 

Reeder Productions. Inc 165 

Reela Films, Inc 1*1 

Regan Productions, Inc 166 

Richie. Roherl Yarnall. Productions. Inc. 

Riviera Productions 

Rocket Pictures, Inc 

Rockett. F. K.. Productions. Inc 

Rose-MagHOod Productions, Inc 

Rossmore Productions & Selling Methods. 

Inc 

Rourke, Jack. Productions 



NFL Films. Inc. 



.160 



National Television News, Inc 166 

Nestingen Films 148 

New Dimension Films. Inc 156 

Niles, Fred A., Communications Centers, 

inc 172 

Nolan. Roy. Productions 182 

North Star Productions, Inc 176 

Northwestern. Incorporated 188 

Nowak. Amram Associates, Inc 148 



O'Connor. Walter G.. Company 
Olds, Bob, Productions. Inc. . . 



.161 
.181 



150 
186 
187 
187 
150 

1 50 

187 



Pace Productions. Inc 186 

Palmer. Alfred T.. Productions, Inc 182 

Panel Film Productions. Inc 149 

Paragon Productions 158 

Parthenon Pictures/ Hollywood 186 

Parthenon-Reel/3 186 

Peckham Productions. Inc 149 

Pelican Films, Inc 149 

Persuasion Svslems. Inc 172 

Peters. H.G. & Co.. Inc 161 

Pictures for Business 1 86 

Picture House 1 49 

P C S Film Productions 149 

P G L Produclions. Inc 149 

Pilot Productions, Inc 173 

Pinnn Productions 17' 

Pittaro Productions, Inc 149 

Place for Film Making, Inc.. The 149 

Playhouse Pictures 1 86 

Pla/.a Productions, Inc 137 

Porl-A-l-ilms Presentations, Inc 149 

Portal ilms 1 67 

Power, Jules. Productions 20(1 

Price. J.M., A-V Presentations 160, 

Producing Artists, Inc 150 

Production Center, Inc 1 50 

Prout Film Productions. Inc 202 

Provence Productions, Inc 1 6.'t 

Quaid, David, Produclions, Inc 150 

Quartet Films, Inc 18.1 

R M A. Inc 150 

Rampart .Studios 186 

Rarig's, Incorporated 190 



Roy. Ross. Incorporated 167 

Saco. Ken. Associates. Inc 150 

Sarra-Chicago, Incorporated 173 

Savage-Friedman. Inc 150 

Scene-Two Productions. Inc 167 

Schulman. Siimuel, L., Productions. Inc. ... 157 

Screen Presentations. Inc 158 

Screen Projects. Inc 150 

Sebastian Film Productions 180 

Seneca Productions. Inc 

Show Associates, Inc 

Skvline Films, Inc 

Sniitb, Fletcher. Studios. Inc 

Smith, Lawrence Productions. Inc. . . . 

Snyder. Bill. Films 177 

Soitys. Richard L. Productions 187 

Souiidac Color Productions, Inc 162 

Sportlitc Films '"'-^ 

S.P.I. Television Center 182 

Spottswood Studios 

Spur Produclions, Inc 

Steeg Productions. Inc 

Stewart. Ray. Film Productions 160 

Stiber, Sidnev J.. Productions, Inc 151 

Stokes, Bill. Associates, Inc 179 

Storck, Shelby, & Co.. Inc 177 

Strauss, Henry & Company. Inc 151 

Sturgis-Grant Productions, Inc 151 

Sughrue, John J. & Co.. Inc 152 

Summit Films. Inc 181 

Sun Dial Films, Inc 152 

Sutherland. John, Produclions, Inc 187 

Swain, Hack, Productions, Inc 163 

Swanson Productions, Inc 177 

Swartwout Enterprises 178 



.151 
.151 
. 151 
.162 
162 



. 161 
.173 
.151 



Producers Page No. 

Training Films. Inc 152 

Transworld Productions 187 

Tree. Joshua. Productions, Inc 152 

Trinity Pictures 179 

TV-Film Graphics, Inc 153 

United Communications Corporation 174 

United Stales Productions, Inc - 153 

Unit-One Film Productions. Inc 153 

University Films, Inc 153 

Urie, Jotin & Associates 187 

Ushijima, Henry, Films, Inc 174 

Van Praag Productions, Inc 153 

Vavin, Incorporated 153 

ViaFilm, Ltd 153 

Video Films, Inc 167 

Videotape Center 153 

Vision Associates, Inc 154 

Vista Productions, Inc 182 

Visual Methods. Inc 168 

Visual Presentations. Inc 179 

Visualscope, Inc 154 

Visuals Unlimited 188 

Visual Techniques. Inc 169 

Vogue Film Productions. Inc 164 

V P I Productions. Inc 154 

W C I), Incorporated 154 

Wade. Roger. Productions, Inc 154 

Warner, Robert, Productions 154 

Warner. Jerry Al Associates 188 

Watson Film Productions 138 

We,xler Film Productions, Inc 188 

Westport Communications Group. Inc 155 

Wilding, Incorporated 174 

Willard & Harvey. Incorporated 163 

Willard Pictures, Inc 155 

Winik Films Corporation 155 

Wolper Productions 155 

Wonderland Productions 188 

Worcester Film Corporation 139 

Youth Concepts. Inc 155 

Zacks & Perrier, Inc 155 

Zapel, Studios. Inc 174 

Zweihel. Seymour, Productions, Inc 155 



Inc. 



T M I Productions, Inc. . . . 

T R Productions. Inc 

Take Ten. Incorporated . . 
Technical Communications. 

Tel-Air Interests. Inc 

Tclccine Film Studios, Inc. 

lelic. Incorporated 152 

Tilton. Roger, Films. Inc 183 

Time-Life 8 Film Productions 167 

Tomlin Film Produclions 152 



.152 
,138 
. 173 
.187 
.162 
.174 




NOTE; Bold-face listings denote display ad- 
\ertisiiig ol pruducers in this issue. See Index 
to Advertisers on final page of this Review. 



CANADA 

CanawesI Master Films Ltd 190 

Chelwynd Films, Ltd 191 

Crawley Films, Ltd 191 

Gilbert Film Productions, Ltd 192 

Graphic Films Limited 191 

Lawrence, Robert, Productions (Canada). 

Ltd 191 

Lesser Studio Limited 202 

Meyer. Robert J. Productions 192 

Moreland-Latcbford Productions, lid 192 

Motion Picture Centre Limited 192 

Parry. Lew. Film Produclions. Ltd 190 

Peterson Productions, Lid 192 

Teacher-Made Films, Ltd 192 

Thatcher Films Produclions 192 

Western Films Limited 190 

Westminsier Films, I id 192 

INTERNATIONAL 

Mexico and Latin .Vmerica 193 

Kuropcaii Producers: Belgium and 

Knglaiid 193-196 

France, C;erniany and Holland 196-198 

Denmark, Norway, Sweden 198-199 

South .Vtrica, India, Malaysia, Japan 

and Australia 199-200 



136 



BUSINF.SS SCRKKN • 1968 



CONNECTICUT 

KEVIN DONOVAN FILMS 

44 Treat Road, Glastonburj', Connecticut 

Phone: (203) 633-9331 

Date of Organization: 1933 

Branch: 15 West 44th St., New York 10036 
Phone: (212) 986-6049 

KeWn Donovan, Owner 

Sidney Berry, Executive Producer 

George Betancourt, Director of Photography 

Robert Manning, Art Director 
Services: Motion pictures exclusively — public 
relations, industrial and medical films. Facili- 
ties: Arriflex cameras (Models S. BL), Nagra, 
Magna-sync sound equipment; studio and port- 
able lighting, editing equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictl-hes: Catmecticut Yankee (Con- 
necticut Yankee Atomic Power Co.); Corps Pro- 
fond; Fungous Infections of the Foot (Schering 
Corp.). Slidefilm: Water Under Pressure (Wa- 
ter Svstems Council & Edison Electric Institute) . 
T\' Commercials: for State Line Potato Chips 
(Randall Agency); and Connecticut Light & 
Power Co.). 



PLAZA PRODUCTIONS INC. 
Three Constitution Plaza, Hartford, Conn. 

06115 
Phone: (203) 528-4191 
Date of Organization: July, 1967 

James W. Wille, Executive Vice Pres./Gen. 

Mar. 
Stillman Shaw III, Operations Manager 
Daniel J. Maselli, Producer-Director 
David W. Stearns, Art Director 
Paul E. Calabria, Marketing Representative 
Services: Complete communications services: 
motion pictures; sound; filmstrip; shdes/tape; 
audio training de\ices; educational systems de- 
sign; programmed instruction; corporate com- 
munication program development. F.iCiLmEs: 
Creative de\elopment— 16'35mm, studio and 
location. Production facilities consist of 2 sound 
stages, audio department, editing department, 
art department. 16/35 animation-still photo- 
graphic services. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictities: The Qualittj of the Time; 
The Essence of Success; Tlu- Triumph of Man 
(Travelers Insurance Co.); View from a Foot- 
bridne (Greater Hartford Chamber of Com- 
merce); The Urban Lab. (TRC Service Co.). 
Slidefii.ms: WIto Cares-Parts 1, 2, & 3 (Grey- 
hound Corjioralion); Trucks That Go to Sea 
(Sealand Services Inc.). 

CUSTOM FILMS, INC. 

11 Cob Drive, Westport, Conn. 068S0 

Phones: (203) 226-0300 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Lester S. Becker, President 
Services: 16mm ,ind 33mm motion pictures for 
business, indiistr\', sports. Facilities: editing 
rooms; equipment for location photography. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
^foTIo^■ Picn lus: Customers. Cnmprtilion and 
You; Current Brake \cus (Grcv Rock Div., 
U.S._A.sbrstos); Tlic 18(/i Southern .500 (South- 
ern .500 Film Corp.). PnomiCTioN- Ser\tces; for 
Purr Oil Division, Union Oil Co.; Moog Indus- 
tries; Coca-Cola: Falstaff Brewing Co.; ABC 
"Wide World of Sports." 

^y this symbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in this 18th Production Review issue. 



M ASSACH USETTS 








NEW ENGLAND STATES 



BAY STATE FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

35 Springfield St., .\gawam (Springfield), 
Massachusetts 01001 

Phones: (413) 734-3164-5; 734-6189 

Date of Organization: 1943 

Branch: 80 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Phone: (617) 426-8904 LoweU F. Went- 
worth, Vice-President in charge 

Morton H. Read, President 

David D. Doyle, Exec. Vice-President 

Harold O. Stanton, Vice-President 

Francis N. Letendre, Vice-President 

Lowell F. Wentworth, Vice-President— Boston 

A. Herbert Wells, Treasurer 

Harold M. Fischer, Vice-Pres., Production 
Mgr. 

Dean A. Miller, Art Director 

Kenneth Alexander, Chief Sound Engineer 

Bruce Jorey, Editing Director 

William Rhodes, Accotmt Executive 

Robert Hart. Studio Manager 

E. Ritchie Smith, Laboratort) Manager 
Services; 16/35mm motion pictures in b&w and 
color; industrial, scientific, public relations, sales, 
training, religious, documentary, medical, ani- 
mated; special programs for sales and stockhold- 
ers meetings; T\' commercials and programs; 
sound shdefilms, filmograph; stor>boards; tech- 
namation; foreign languages, narratives; special 
effects; still photography, b&w and color; script 
ser\ices; sales and training aids; distribution. 
Services Available to Other Producers: 
Photography, sound recording, color and b&w 
printing, processing, positive, negative and re- 
versal; editing, scoring, cutting, interlock screen- 
ing — 35/16mm projectors, animation, titles, use 
of sound stage, set designing, hghting, truck 
mounted generators. Facilities: Nlitchell, 
Maurer, Eastman, Arriflex, Oxberry- cameras; 
H\drolly, complete lighting facUities; AC and 
DC portable gas driven generators; two trucks; 
Maurer 16mm optical film recording; 16mm, 
Vi" synchronous magnetic recording, 16/17^4/ 
35mm dubbing and equalization; two printing 
labs for color and b&w, DePue and Peterson 
printing equipment, electionic cueing; 16mm 
b&w processing, positive, negative, reversal; 
Fisher Mike per;imbulator, Camart Portable 
Boom. Fish Pole, microphones, including Shot 
Gun Mike; two screening rooms with 35 16mm 
interlock equipment; 3 cutting rooms; 7 cutting 
benches; 16 35mm Moviolas; sound readers for 
16/17%/35mm, optical and magnetic; animation 



■ir The dctail-in-dcptli of these listings of 
business and telcv ision film companies pro- 
vides the sponsor, advertising agenc\' and 
government film buyer with a complete 
picture of his prospective producer. 

In addition to names of principal officers 
and data on services and physical studio 
facilities, the facts on "Recent PrtKluclions 
and Sponsors" show the nature of recent 
studio experience, of films produced in the 
past \ear. Preview ciurent pictures as a 
prerequisite to purchases: bidders should 
also provide f.ictual data on experience, 
staff, f:icililics and financial stabililv. 

There was no cluirge or obligation svliat- 
socver to these listed companies; every 
known source was contacted with three 
separ;ite first-class mailings. Only those 
who funu"shed ev idcnce of recent prwluc- 
lion or wore no\vl\ -organized were accept- 
ed for unqualified listing in these pages. 



BAY STATE FILM PRODUCTIONS: 

department with two animation stands; Ox- 
berry 16/3.5mm Bi-Pack animation camera with 
automatic follow focus, rotoscope, projection 
light, one to twenty-sLx field, over and under 
lighting. 360° rotary compound, adapted for 
technamation; art department; hot press, carpen- 
ter shop; set designing; music libraries; film 
vault; still photographv department with dark 
rooms for color and b&w; air-conditioned sound 
stage, over 3000 sq. ft. permanent staff of 30. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

MoTijN Pictures; Tlie World Is Watching 
(Bahamas Tourist Agency); Harvester of the 
Sea (Maine Dept. of Sea & Shore Fisheries); 
The Inspectors (Federal Aviation Agency); 
Land Combat Support System (RC.\); Readt/ 
in An Instant (G.S. Blodgett Co.); Polaroid ID. 
Camera (Polaroid Corp.); The Heritage of 
Flavor (Ocean Spray Cranberries); T-53 L-13 
Orientation (Lycoming Div. .WCO Corp.); 
Cathodic Protection: Operation and Mainten- 
ance; The Sonar Technician; A-\'/S^-26 Sonar 
Set A.\7SC>S-26B.Y Displays (U.S. Navy); Peo- 
ple, Preci-iion and Products (Standard Screw 
Co.); Motion Magic (Fafnir Bearing Co.); Fuel 
Control (Chandler Evans); LM Radar (RCA); 
Our Retirement Income 1968 (Rollins, Inc.); 
T/i<? ABC's of Vehicle Control (lacobs Mfg. 
Co.). Slidefilms: This Is Harco: This Is Nepco 
(Arbor Acres Farms Inc.); The Keoti^h Act 
(Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance); A Design 
for Training Health Technicians (Mass. Dept. 
of Education). TV' Commercl^ls: for Pratt & 
Whitney .Aircraft; Riverside Park. 

Metropolitan Boston Area 

Bay State Film Productions, Inc. 
80 Boylston St.. Boston, .Mass. 02116 
Phone: (617) 426-8904 
Lowell F. Wenhvorth, Vice-President in 

Charge 
(See complete hsting under .\gavvain, Mass.) 

MARTIN BOVEY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Estabrook Road. Concord. Mass. 01742 

Phone: (617) 369-2334 

Date of Organization: 1949 

Martin Bovey, Jr., President, Exec. Producer 

L.ivvrence R. Miller, Associate Prod .-Director 

Services: Documenlarv', PR, industrial, sales, 
educational and television films, commercials. 
Facilities: .\rriflex. Eclair NPR c;»meras. Nagra 
recorders; lighting equipment for color, b&w 
location shunlinu \Ici\ iola. other editing equip- 
ment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Adage Graphics Terminal 
(.Adage. Inc.); Boston Doctimcntani (untitled— 
State Street Hank & Trust Co.); others in prog- 
ress (total activitv reported V 



DEKKO FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
1 26 n:irtfMnutli St.. Boston. Mass. 02116 
Phone: 1 617) .536-6160 
Dale of Organization: 1946 
loseph Rothlierg. President 
\\ebstcr Lithgow. Creative Director 
Hirt> Smith. Head Editor 
John ("arroll. Asst. Editor 
I lin\ ard Rothberg. Sound Recording 
FIviin Donovan. Production Assistant 
Dorothv- Cohen. Trca-mrer 

Services: 16nun and 3.5mm film pn)ductions 
.ind sound slidefilms. Design, .mimation. story- 
book, script editorial and consulting. All services 
available to industrv and producers. Sales pro- 



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NEW ENGLAND AREA: 

DEKKO FILM PRODUCTIONS; 
motion and sales training packaging. Facilities: 
2.000 ft. sound stage; lighting equipment: Bell 
& Howell, Arriflex with s\nc generator, Maurer, 
Auricon 16nim and 35mm cameras; 16mm and 
35mm projection room; recording booth, edit- 
ing rooms with 16mm and 35mm Moviolas; 
s\nchronizers; hot splicers; magnetic and optical 
sound readers; animation stand; hot press Hy- 
drollv and tracks; Mole-Richardson mike boom; 
Western Electric and RCA mikes; ten-position 
mi.\ing console; equalizers and dip filters; opti- 
cal and magnetic recorders; Ree\es, Stancil- 
Hoffman, Nagra, magnetic interlock-dubbers; 
three music libraries. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictures: Metal Forming iisilh Elasta- 
cast (Hitcliiner Mfg. Co.); Dateline '67; Sys- 
tems Approach (Sanders Associates, Inc.); 
Summary Report (Raytheon Co.); Church Cen- 
ter (First Church of Christ, Scientist); Scsqiii- 
ccntcnnial Fund (Harvard Univ. Law School). 

D-4 FILM STUDIOS, INC. 

56 Elmwood Street, Newton, Mass. 02158 

Phone: (617) 969-7770 

Date of Organization: 1935 

Date of Incorporation: 1955 

Joseph Dephoure, President & Treasurer 

Stephen Dephoure, Vice President 

lean Preo, Audio Engineer 

Ralph Picardi, Laboratory & Printing Dept. 
Services: 16mm and 35mm color and b&w mo- 
tion picture film production. Industrial, educa- 
tional, medical, government, TV, public rela- 
tions, training films. Sound recording, optical & 
magnetic. Music scoring from libraries and orig- 
inal. Color and b&w printing. Negati\e, positive 
and reversal processing. Editing: A&B roll prep- 
aration and confomiing. Animation, hot press 
and super titles, art department. Shdefihns, 
slides, still photography-color and b&w. Facili- 
ties: Air-conditioned sound-proof studio with 
overhead hghts, 400 amps., 35 & 16nim cam- 
eras: Arriflex with zoom. Super 1200 with zoom, 
Auricon Pro, Fearless sound camera, 3 Bell & 
Howell 2 cine specials, 4x5 Graphic Monorail 
camera, 3 double frame and single frame side 
cameras; recording dept.: 16mm Sync Recorder, 
17y2mm Sync Recorder, 3 16mm. interlocked 
dubbers, interlock projection. Gates custom built 
mixing console, Maurer dual-track optical re- 
corder. Soimd-proof projection room (air condi- 
tioned). 16mm & .35mm projectors. Five music 
libraries. 16mm color and b&w automatic print- 
er. Oxberry animation stand, Houston Fearless 
Film Processor, Kensol Hot Press, three multiple 
editing stations with optical and magnetic read- 
ers, viewers, hot splicers. Art department. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PiCTxmEs: Let's Play Lacrosse (U.S. 
Women's Lacrosse Assn.); Depittryens Faciec- 
tomy (Dr. Sakellarides); Miracles of Modern 
Steel U and Miracles of Modern Steel HI (Steel 
Institute); Cloud Formations (U.S. Air Force); 
Infra Red Detector (Raytheon Companv); Pro- 
tein Molecules (Harvard University); Football 
Highlights-1967 (Dartmouth University). TV 
Features (MP): Nepco (Bresnick Co.); Road 
Littering (MDC). 

JONATHAN KARAS & ASSOCIATES 

Science House, Manchester, Mass. 

Phones: (617) 526-1120; .526-7116 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Dr. Jonathan Karas, President 
Services: Creative science and engineering con- 
sultants to advertising agencies, industry and 
film producers. Client-agency technical liaison, 
scientific demonsti'ations, exhibits; motion pic- 
ture scripts, technical testing and specialized 
writing. Facilities: Laboratory and plioto- 



JONATHAN KARAS & ASSOCIATES: 

graphic facilities and affiliations with several 
uni\ersit>' technical staffs with laboratory and 
testing facilities. Scientists and engineers avail- 
able as consultants in any branch of service 
and engineering and as professional exhibit dem- 
onstrators. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Miracles of Modern Steel 
II; Miracles of Modern Steel III (American 
Iron and Steel Institute); Lab '67 — Expo "67 
(Canadian Pulp ;ind Paper Association). Scien- 
tific Concepts, Design Consultation: IEEE 
Design Show (Dupont); Chemical show (West- 
inghouse); Travelling show The Light Touch 
(Canadian Gener;il Electric). 

LAURENCE ASSOCIATES, INC. 

215 Stuart Street, Boston, Mass. 02116 

Phone: (617) 423-0133 

Date of Organization: 19.57 

L. C. .Switzer, President & Treasurer 

William Lovering, Vice-President 

L. R. Miller, Vice-President 

John Dale\', Office Manager 

George Hughes, Art Director 

Vincent Ahaesw Equipment Manager 

Frank .\lcNiff,Sa(ra 

Robert Gorrill. Photographic Director 

Rouidd Rvan, Ait 

Wende Sheffield, Administrative 
Services: Filmstrips; sound slidefilms, art, i^ho- 
tography, scripts, sound recording, motion pic- 
tures, staging. A-V equipment for sales, rentals. 
Facilities: 5,000 sq. ft. downtown street floor; 
three darkrooms, color processing; photographic 
& design studios. Editing, screening and sound 
rooms. Repair section. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Chimney Hill (Leisure Living, 
Inc.); '68 Industrial Products (Polaroid). Film- 
strips: Cambridge-Thg Unknown City (Har- 
vard Trust Co.); Hawaiian Jubilee (Continental 
Travel, Inc.); Four Cycle Navy (Fisher-Pierce 
Co.). 

MASTER MOTION PICTURE COMPANY 

50 Piedmont St., Boston, Mass. 02116 

Phone: (617) HA 6-3592 

D;ite of Organization: 1925 

Irving Ross, President 

Alan Ross, Production Manager 

Sally Seader, Creative Art Director 

Ste\en Mark, Laboratory Services & 
Quality Control 
Services: Motion picture production 16/35mm 
(live or animated), shdefilms, TV films. F.a- 
cilities: 16/35mm b&w processing; 16/35mm 
production eq\iipment with sound recording in 
studio or on location. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictotes: Second Chance to Live (Lib- 




Real Facts for Sponsors 

— evidence of suppliers' good faith 

lir The detailed listings given specializing 
producers of business motion pictures and 
shdefilms furnish the buyer of sight,/sound 
media with solid evidence regarding the 
prospective supplier. Listing data requests 
emphasized the need for both film and 
sponsor references and it is this area of 
each listing which indicates the recent ex- 
perience of each company in these pages. 



MASTER MOTION PICTURE COMPANY: 

erty .Mutual Insurance Co.); Be-Chie-Be Mod- 
Be Original (Milhnery Finer>- Festival); Easter 
Parade (Grover Cronin); Employee Recruiting 
(Davidson .Mfg.); Special Kind of People (Chas. 
"T. Main, Inc.). 



TR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
1031 Commonwealth Ave., Boston 02215 
Phone: (617) 783-0200 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Date of Incorporation: 1951 

Oscar H. Cheses, President 

Alfred D. Benjamin, Vice President, 

Production 
Edwaid B. Shaw, Vice Pres., Sales/ Creative 

Director 
Eugene W. Jones, Musical Dir. /Producer 
Thomas Fleming, Art Director 
Robert M. Kellaway, Audio Engineer 
Kenneth A. MacAskill, Writer, Director 
James B. Deaderick, Director, Editor, 

Cameraman 
Alan Root, Director/Writer, Sales 
Services: Motion pictures— animation, live ac- 
tion, theatrical, wide-screen, TV commercials 
and programs, cartoon packages; educational, 
scientific, industrial, public relations and busi- 
ness films; filmstrips, slides, script services. 
F.acilities: 35 and 16mm Arri's, Mitchell cam- 
eras; Moviola editorial equipment; 2 sound 
stages; sound recording faciHties; Nagra, Magna- 
svnc, Ampex, interlock projection; screening 
rooms; art and animation; kinescopes. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSO(tS 

Motion Pictures: Commonwealth (Sylvania); 
How I Wonder (Bradley); Richard Cardirial 
Cashing Portrait (lubilee Fund Comni.); Mis- 
sion to Mars (AVCO); Eideluciss (Great North- 
ern Land). Slidefilms: Volkswagen (Harbridge 
House); Many Worlds of Dennison (Dennison). 
TV Commercials: Hospital Trust and Gor- 
man's Bread (CT&C); Cain's Products and S.S. 
Pierce (C;ibot); Home Show; Lestoil; Barten- 
der's Mix; Narragansett; and Sports Show (In- 
galls); Citizen's Bank and Seccoop (Horton, 
Church Goff); S(ar Markets (R.M. Mason); 
Pratt & Whitney (Graceman). 

Other Massachusetts Cities 

WATSON FILM PRODUCTIONS 

23 Chestnut Hill Rd., Holden, Mass. 01520 

Phone: (617) 829-3422 

Date of Org.inization: 1956 

James L. Watson, Producer 
Services: Motion pictures, slidefilms and film- 
strips for industn.', education, television. Sepa- 
rate scriot, consultation service. F.acilities: Ar- 
riflex, Bolex 16's; editing rooms with B&H iot 
splicer; magnetic, optical sound readers. Color- 
Tran port.ible lighting equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Tapping for the Class 2B 
Fit (UTD Corp.) ; Automated Handhng of Limp 
Fabrics (Arthur D. Little Inc.); Varidyne; 
Smooth Flo Filler (George J. Meyer Mfg. Co.). 
Slidefilms: Profiles in Leadership (Hobbs 
Mfg. Co.). 



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Production Review issue may be obtained 
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(with other special featme issues) in all 
regular subscriptions at only $3.00 per 
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NEW ENGLAND AREA: 

WORCESTER FILM CORPORATION 
131 Central Street, Worcester, Mass. 01608 
Phones: (617) 757-2276.736-1203 
Date of Organization; 1918 
Carleton E. Bearse. General Manager 
Walter R. Porter, Cinen^atographcr 

Services: 16mni industrial and medical motion 
picture service including writing. protograph\-, 
lighting, editing and sound recording; slide and 
strip film productions and photographic research 
and engineering. Facilities: Studios and gen- 
erator truck. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictcties: Flare Stack Tests (Fenvval 
Inc.); P. C. Transicr Tests; The Extras That 
Count: Extrude Down— Head Up (W'aterbury 
F.irrel); Precision Finishing Machine (Jones & 
Lamson); Pncumo-Cenlric Gage; Grinding Gagfi 
(Federal Products Corp.). 



RHODE ISLAND 

GRAPHIC HOUSE 

75 \\'cstminster St., Providence, Rhode Island 

02903 
Phone: (401) 331-2992 
Date of Incorporation: 1962 
David Green, President, Director 
David Ferrin, Executive Producer, Director 
George Hickox. Cameraman 
Al Carlson, Art Director 
Carol Dandanell, Editor 

Services: Motion pictures, TV films & commer- 
cials, slidefilms, animation, art, hot-press titles, 
front-projection filming. Facilities; Sound 
stage, editing department, art studio, 16 and 
35mm production equipment, 2 Nagra record- 
ers, Magnasync recorder, interlock projection. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.v Pictures; Rhode Island Panorama; 
Rhode Island on the Go (R.I. Development 
Council); Life on A Volcano (Mfg. Mutual In- 
.surance); It's Up to You Charlci/ (F.ictory 
Mutual); The Search that Sever Ends (Draper 
Corp.). 



VERMONT 

CAMPBELL FILMS 
Academy Avenue, Saxtons River, \'t. 05154 
Phone: (802) 869-2547 
Date of Organi/ation: 19 17 
Robert M. Campbell. Executive Producer 
James Unniiel, Writer- Edit or 
Elizabeth (";unpbell. Editor 
Milton \V. Hellows, Cameraman-Editor 
Tcrience Ilicke\. Production Manager 
.Ann Hatfield. Film Librarian 
Dorothv' liarrous. Office Manager 
Ralph .Se\erens, Film Technician 

Sehvk Es; Educational and business films for all 
purposes; slidefilms. Industrial still photography. 
Fa< n.riiEs: I'roduction facilities, camera, lights, 
sound e(|nipmeiit for location and studio produc- 
tion. Editing rooms and recording studio with 
three duuniel magnetic mixing. 16mm interlock 
screening. 16mm distiibution services. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

MoiKiN I'll •iriu-;s: Speech Inslruclion uilh A 
Dcal-lilind Vupil #1 (Perkins School for the 
liliiid); A Certain Qualitij I Snnth College); 
Threshold of Greatness ( Funnan I'riiversilv). 

These Exclusive Review Reports Are 
a Copyrighted Business Screen Feature 



PRODUCERS IN METROPOLITAN NEW YORK 



(Listings include entire metropoHtan area of 
New York City and adjacent suburban towns.) 

ACI PRODUCTIONS 
16 West 46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) JUdson 2-1918 

Date of Organization; July, 1958 
Stelios Roccos, President 
Harold W'einer, Sales Manager 
Gay W'eisman, Production ilanager 
Ernest Ziegfeld, Art Director 
Philip Courter, Film Maker 

Services: .Motion picture production including 
photograph\', animation, editing, sound and mu- 
sic Facilities; Recording and editing facihties; 
small studio ;md photographic equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.v Pictures; Crayon (.\m-Cravon Co.); 
House in the Sun (Jones & Laughlin Steel); 
Wonderful World of Flowers (A.T.&T.); Pat- 
terns for Health (Office of Economic Oppor- 
tunity); Tlie Purple Turtle (.\m. Kindergarten 
.Association). 



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ADMASTER PRINTS, INC. 
425 Park Ave. South, New York, N. Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) 679-1134 
Date of Organization; 1948 
Chailes Com, President & Creative Director 
Henry Roth, Secretary-Treasurer 
.Meyer Gordon, Comptroller 
Reese Patterson, Executive Art Director 
Edward Glasser, Production Manager 

Services: Creators and producers of slides, slide 
productions, filmstrips and limited animations. 
35mm, GVi .\ 4, \'ugraph; stand photography. 
Facilities; Fully staffed art dept.; air-condi- 
tioned studios, projection-conference room; cam- 
era and processing equipment for color and 
black & white inchiding both horizontal and 
vertical camera facilities for all slides. .Ml fa- 
cilities for complete intenial production package. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Slidefilms: Insurance When You Seed It Most 
(State of .New Jersev); Public Rclalions (W. 
R. Grace); The Rig Difference (Philco Ford): 
Hueblein Holiday 67 (Heublcin). Slide Siiow.s: 
ManagcnunI Report (Rcnungton Rand); Tim 
is Sew jersey hell { New JerscN' Hell Telephone 
Co.). \'ista-Sell Phocham; Park Lane Hosiery 
(Park Lane). Multimedlv; Triannual (Episco- 
palian Church Center). 



AEGIS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
381 Park A\c. Soulli. New ^ork. N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) MU 4-7450 
Date of Organization; May 1963 
Sidney Milslcin. President 
Herbert Le\-cnthal, Vice-President 
H;irb;ir;i Milslein. Secretary-Treasurer 
Edward J. English, Editor 
llarr\ Prcusch. Production Assistant 
Dick MacMillan, Production Assistant 

Services; Motion pictures and slidefilms for in- 
dustr\', T\' commercials. Facilities; Special fa- 
cilities and equipment for medical and scientific 
productions; Hnnn productions lor Technicolor 
Inslaiit Projector; ;irt facilities. .Arriflex and 
.Xnricon moliiiu picture equipment; 16 35inni 
aniniatiou stand; N;igra ;in(l Magnasmc sound 
e(|\iipincMl; Miisiol.i editing ei|uipineTit. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pk:ti'res; The Right Track i .\mcr. 
Assn. of Railroads); The Differential Diagnosis 
of Chest Pain; Versatol (Warner Chilcott Lab- 



AEGIS PRODUCTIONS INCORPORATED: 
oratories); Hormone Therapy in Advanced 
Cancer (.American Cancer Societ\); Accider\t 
Control Through Supervision (American Pulp- 
wood Assn.); Search at Sehering (Schering 
Corp.); Mandibular Resection (Eaton Labora- 
tories); Keflordin (Eh Lilly & Co.); Arterio- 
sonde (Roche Laboratories); Pack It, Store It 
Ship It . . . in Paper; St. Regis Reports (St. 
Regis Paper Co.); The Firsi Ninety Years (Jul- 
ius Wile & Co.); Reflecta (Texas Phann;ical 
Co.); Greater Greensboro Open (Am. Institute 
of Men's and Bov's Wear); Gayley & Lord Sales 
Film (Galev & Lord); Come Clean; Klopman 
or Bust (Klopman Mills); The Time Savers; Ap- 
ple Ilapoenings; Glamour Dinner; Anything 
Flamhe Is Gourmet; Learn About Yosiurt (Far- 
le\' .Manning .Assoc); Ideas for Your Home; 
(Slonsanto) People on the Go (Monsanto); 
News fibns (or J.C. Penn\-. Burlington Mills, 
Ban-Lon, Bell Telephone Labs Monsanto, ].?. 
Stevens. 



ALLEGRO FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
201 \\ . 52nd St., New York. N. Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) JUdson 6-3057 

Date of Organization; 1958 
Date of Incorporation; 1961 
Jerome G. Forman, President 
Julius Edelman, Vice President & Executive 

Producer 
Hugh King, Producer-M'riler 
D;miel Rutfini, Production Assislant 
|ud\ R;ibitchcff, Production Coordinator 
David Saw\er; Erford Bedient, AVrifrr.s 
Joseph Butler, Production Supervisor 
Hal Per.sons, Producer 
Marie Beynon, Treasurer 
Services: Motion picture and slide film pro- 
ducers; commercials, public relations, industrial 
and sponsored films; specialist in news and 
sports films; special department for foreign lan- 
guage versions and post-production finishing. 
F.\ciLiTiEs; Recording, screening, editorial 
rooms and studio. 35mm and 16mm camera .ind 
editorial equipment; script and art departments, 
special print procurement and services depart- 
ment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictvbes; Return to Lemans; 1968 
\cw Cars (Ford Motor Co.); Today Scries; 
Expo 67 (U.S. Information .Agency); Sim .Vrirr 
Sets (Muscular Dvstrophv .A.s.sociation ) ; The 
Paper War (Oxford Filing Co.); She Shell 
(Fairfield-Nobel). News Film; for Ford Motor 
Co., BOAC, GE. Allis-Chalmers. Celanese Corp. 
of America, Seba.se & Lee. T\' Commercial; 
for Do\le Danc-Bcrnbach, Grey .Adv.. Ted 
Bates, Handman & Sklar. Don Greene .Asso- 
ciates, Sweet & Co.. and \enet .AtKertising. 

American Diversified Services 
211 E. 53rd St., Penthouse B. New York, N.Y. 
Phone: (212) PL 9-1044. \ic Piano, in charge 
(See complete listing under Tennessee) 

AMERICAN FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
I.">4(l hroadwax. Ni-« \i.rk. N.Y. 10(i:l(i 
Phone: (2l2t .582-1900 

Dale of Incori'oialion: 1956 

D.ile of Organization: 1946 

Riibeit Gross, President 

I,;i\vrcnce A. Glesne.s, Sccrelary-Treasurcr 

Sheldon .Abromowitz. Vice President 

Cornelius Vaixlerbilt. Jr.. \'icc-Prr.vi(/cii/ 

Harriet H. Hester. Director of Program 

D( velopwnt 
Barb;ira Brazong. Office Manager 

Services: Motion pictures. 16mm ,ind .35mra, 



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NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

AMERICAN FILM PRODUCTIONS: 
color and b&w; and slidetilms. Specialties: in- 
dustrials, sales, public relations, T\', education, 
training, medicals, documentar\- and merchan- 
dising; tele\ision commercials. Facilities: 
16mm and 35mm cameras, lighting and sound 
production equipment; six cutting rooms, screen- 
ing rooms, shooting stage; special effects; ani- 
mation; stop motion; storyboard personnel, 
script writers. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.v PiCTLTiES: Land the Laiidini^ Force; 
and Salvage of the Squaltis (U.S. Navy); Ovi'- 
diiet Fluid Collcctino Installation ( Uni\-. of Vir- 
ginia). TV Commercials: Benson & Hedges 
100; Coca-Cola (McCann-Erickson, Canada)- 
Hcubleiu. Inc. (Marschalk, Inc.); Braniff Air 
Lines (Wells, Rich, Greene); Humble Oil Co.; 
^atlonal Biscuit Co.; Ronson Co.; Savings & 
Loan Assn.; Westinghouse Electric (McCann- 
Erickson). 







ANIMATED PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1600 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) CO 5-2942 

Date of Incorporation: 1949 

Al Stahl, President 

Richard Stahl, Vice President 

Peter Puzzo, Director 

Shirley De Brier, Production 
Services: FotomaHon — a new audio-visual mo- 
tion picture technique designed for se\en day 
production of limited live-animated sales train- 
ing and industrial film. Fotomation uses client's 
photographs, slides, storyboard drawings, maga- 
zine ads, circulars, printed materials. These vis- 
ual elements are photographed on 16mm or 
8mm color fihn, s\nchronized to sound track 
and given camera movements with animation. 
Fotomation conversion ser\ice updates film- 
strips by converting into 16mm or 8mm motion 
pictures. Professional color blow-ups from 8mm 
to 16mm. All phases of animation; hve action 
and fibistrip production; sales promotion and 
exhibits. Educational and television animation 
film production; TV commercials; ad agency 
presentations; sound slidefilms in three dimen- 
sions. Facilities: 3 0.\berry animation stands; 
special stop-motion live-action motion picture 
cameras for in-plant production; editorial facili- 
ties; multiple animation stand for product stop- 
motion. New automated animation stand con- 
trolled bv digital computer and punch tape. 
Optical Oxberrv- printer for special effects 
printing; Mitchell, Oxberry, and Bell & Howell 
cameras. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictukes: Poetnj and Photography 
(CBS); Rochclle Story (Rochelle Phannaceuti- 
cal Laboratories); Jantzen Promotion Film (J. 
Walter Thompson); Presentation Campaign 
(Humble Oil). TV Commerclvls: for Lis- 
terine; Scott Paper; Cheseborough-Pond's; Viva 
(I. Walter Thomp,son); Goodyear (Young & 
Rubicam); Shell Oil; Sprite (Marschalk); Pal- 
molive Gold (Ted Bates); Chocks (L.P.E.- 
Robert Otto). 



ANIMATIC PRODUCTONS, INC. 

2 West 4.5th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) 661-7290 

Date of Organization: 1949 

Tasker G. Lowndes, President 

Leonard B. Elliott, Vice-President 

Mako Oike, Director of Animation 

James DeGregory, Art Director 

Patricia Wilson, Production Coordinator 
SER\^CES: Producers of sound shdefilms, slides, 
Salesmate presentations, filmographs, technical 



ANIMATIC PRODUCTIONS: 

animation, .-^nimatic Boards (animated story- 
boards on motion picture film), TV commer- 
cials, charts and printed material for sales, new 
business presentations, corporate stockholder 
meetings and agency presentations. Facilities: 
Art, editing and photographic departments; O.x- 
bern- animation equipment; 3.5mm and 16nim 
motion picture cameras; various types of stiU 
cameras. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlres: From Yarn to You (Burling- 
ton Industries); The Perfect Tire (Kelly-Spring- 
field Tire Co.); Sabre (American Airhnes); 
Why Travel (Eurailpass); Civilized Sliag (Lees 
Carpets). Slidefilms & Slides: Insulin/Dia- 
betic (E. R. Squibb & Sons); Heating Plant 
Coi7ibustion Controls (American Tel. & Tel. 
Co.); A New Era in your Indu,^try's Advertising 
(Foundation for Commercial Banks) Why the 
Standards (United Community Funds & Coun- 
cils of America). 



APPLIED CONCEPTS, INC. 
866 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) 421-4130 

Date of Incorporation: 1965 

George Roberts, President & Exec. Prod. 

Irv SiKerberg, Secretary & Creative Director 

F. Resti\o, Senior Art Director 
Services: Motion pictures, sound slidefilms, 
graphic aids, booklets, live shows for sales pro- 
motion, public relations, training, and advertis- 
ing. Facilities: Art studios; motion, still pho- 
tographx': screening, conference rooms; music 
and sound effects Iibrar\-. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictubes: Make the Right Impression 
(Olivetti Underwood); Salute to the Veteran 
(Continental Can). Sltdefilms: Ccf Brilliant 
(Manhattan Shirt): . . . The Peripheral Copier 
(Paul B. Williams Co.); Animal Antibiotics 
(Chas. Pfizer). 

ASSOCIATED FIIM CONSULTANTS, INC. 

501 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) PL 2-2224 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Benjamin S. Greenberg, Pres., Exec. Prod. 

Samuel Kravitt, Treas., Dir. Film Operation 

Suzanne Holeton, Secretary 

Robert Rolnik, Dir. P.R. 

David P. Evans, Dir. of Sales 
Services: Production of sales, training and doc- 
umentary motion pictures, particularly those 
with public relations orientation; TV commer- 
cials, particularly public service spots; filmstrips. 
Facilities: Editing, sound recording, lighting 
equipment: Arriflex, Auricon, Beaulieu, Kodak, 
Bolex, Eyemo cameras; Magnecord, Magnesvnc 
and Minitape sound recorders; Acmade Editing 
Equipment; animation and tithng; full still photo 
ser\'ice. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: A Safe Journey (New Y'ork 
City Dept. of Traffic): A Tak of Ttvo Cities 
(Lane Bryant Co.); Operation Food (Nestle); 
New York's Dirty Dozen '67 (.\.Y. Chapter 
P.R.S.A.); Floating World of India (India 
Government Tourist Office); How to Make 
Ea.it er Eggs (Plough Inc.); Camper on the 
Move (Ford/Polaroid/Campbell Soup); Back- 
yard Barbecue (Weber Barbecue Co.); Lady- 
bird Fa-thions (Eastman Chemical Corp.). TV 
Spots: for N.Y. Dept. of Welfare. 

Client References to Guide the Buyer 

• Client references provided in these listing 
pages are for the guidance of our buver-readers. 
Check titles and sponsors listed; preview work 
of your prospective producer who is listed in 
these pages when initiating a film project. 



AUDIO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Film Center Building 

630 Ninth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) PL 7-0760 
Date of Organization: 1933 

Branch Offices: 1629 K St., N.W., Suite 500, 
Washington, D.C. 20009. Phone: (202) 
296-6895 (Contact: Harry Carragher) 716 
No. LaBrea, Hollv\vood, Calif. 90038. 
Phone: (213) 933-5821 (Contact; Charles 
Smith). 

Officers a.vd Department Heads 
Peter J. Mooney, President 
Nicklos J. CancUla. Vice President 
Stephen H. Rothfeld, Vice President 
Alexander E. Gansell, Secretary 
M. E. Fletcher, Treasurer 
Louis Mucciolo, Manager, Industrial-Govern' 

mcnt Departments 
Joseph Keaney. Industrial Sales 
Tom Pyle, Communications Specialist 
Producer-Directors 
Frank Beckwith Bruce Malmuth 

L. S. Bennetts Hans E. Mandell 

Frank Bums Frank Moccio 

Alexander E. Gansell Peter Norman 
Stanlev R. Jolinson Robert Vietro 

Harold R. Lipman Mike Zingale 

Services: All phases of motion picture produc- 
tion—public relations, sales promotion, mer- 
chandising, training, medical, technical and edu- 
cational. F.\ciLiTiES: Silent and sound studios; 
complete lighting equipment; mobile units for 
location work with tape recorders; permanent 
staff in all departments: writing, lirection, edit- 
ing, animated drawing and optical; projection 
room; two optical printers including latest Ox- 
berrv; editing equipment; zoom stand for trick 
work; machine shop. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Without Fail (ATSeT); We 
Had An Idea (Alcoa); The Key (Te.xaco, Inc.); 
Our Air (National Coal Assn.); If the Salt Has 
Lost Its Savor (Westminster Press). The Essen- 
tial Spark (Atlantic Richfield). TV Commeb- 
CL\Ls: for Carl Ally, N.W. Ayer, BBD&O, Ben- 
ton & Bowles, Leo Burnett Co., Dancer-Fitz- 
gerald-Sample, Fuller, Smith & Ross, Grey Adv., 
Richard K. Manoff, Clyde Maxon, McCann 
Erickson, McKim .^dv., Needham, Harper & 
Steers, Oglivy & Mather, J. Walter Thompson, 
Jack Tinker, Weightman, Wells Rich & Green, 
■Young & Rubicam. 

BFB PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

422 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 421-5811 

Date of Organization: 1959 

Steve Brodv, President 

Herb Freed, Executive Producer 

Steve Lew, Producer 

Susan O'NIeara, Production Manager 

Kim Farley, A.'isoc. Producer 

Gene Nicholas, Sutrv. Editor 

Jack Ward, Director 

Ron Harris, Director 
Services: Motion pictures, slide .and fihnstrip 
presentations: Industrial and promotional TV 
commercials, documentaries, specials, features. 
Facilities: For production of color & b/w, 35 
& 16mm, libran' of sound effects & stock music; 
editing, projection and recording equipment; 
distribution in 35, 16 and 8mm-including rear- 
screen portable projectors for sales training pro- 
grams. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Dreambuilder (Lehigh 
Portland Cement Co.); Torrington (Torrington 
Mfg. Co.); Olivetti 70] (Olivetti Underwood 
Corp.); Chicago Stockholders (U.S. Steel 



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B F B PRODUCTIONS: 

Corp.); Miracles of Finishing (3M Co.). TV 
CoM-MERCL\i.s; for Pepsi-Cola, Chr>sler, U.S. 
Steel, Chicquita Banana, First National City 
Bank. Squibb, Gaines and others. 

JOHN BRANSBY PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

28 West 44th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) LO 4-3580 

Date of Organization: 1936 

John Bransby, President, Treas., Exec. Prod. 

David .\I. Jacobson, Vice-Pres., Chg. of Prod. 

Lee Stenstrom, Secretary 

Frank G. Marshall, General Manager 

Martin Craven, Production 

Svlvia Davem, Art Director 

Gardner Compton, Director-Cameraman 
Services; Production of industrial, educational, 
government, travel, sales and training films 
16inm or 33min, color black and white; educa- 
tional, promotional film strips; WTiting ser\'ice. 
F.\ciLiTiES: Sound stage and studio. Equipment 
for photography, sound and location lighting; 
film editing facilities, ser\ice; animation photog- 
raph\-; art department. 16mni picture-35mm 
sound interlock; 35mm transfer machine. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Types of Di^char^cs (U.S. 
Air Force); Wide World of Petroleum (Amer- 
ican Petroleum Institute); Once Around the 
Pond- The Riglit Time to Fly Launching of tlie 
ALVA (Federal .Aviation Administration); New 
York-State of Discoverii (Humble Oil & Refin- 
ing). 

BRAY STUDIOS, INC. 

729 Seventh Avenue. New York. N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) 245-4582 

Date of Organization; 1911 

1. R. Bray, Chairman of the Board 

Paul A. Bray, President 

Paul Bray, ]r., Vice-President 

Ronald G. Stevens, Production Manager 

Rodell Johnson, Director of Anirnation 
Services; Planning, production and distribution 
of sales promotion, public relations, training, 
technical and general education films. Conver- 
sion of 16/35mm films into 8mm and Super 
8mm films. Foreign language translations. 
F.\ciLrnES; Staff and equipment for hve action 
or animation; 16/3.5mm productions, including 
s>Tic sound; slide film and sUde set reproduc- 
tion; aerial photography; own film library for 
distribution to schools, technical institutes and 
industries. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictxties: Oceanographic Factors Af- 
fecting ASW Tactics; UtiUzation of AS/UYK- 
5{V) Computer System; Weapouars of the 
Deep; T-2 Formation Flyins, (U.S. Nas-y); 
AlphaSumeric Generator (Hazeltine Corp.); 
Today's Miniature F.conomy Rectifiers; Lead 
Beam Story (General Instrument Corp.); Alply 
Panels for Cold Storae.e (.\lcoa); Armaflei 
(Armstrong Cork Co.); Electrical Power Pro- 
duction (U.S. Air Force). T\' Commebci.\ls: 
for Piper Aircraft (Davis, Parsons & Stroheim- 
er). 



CAMPUS FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

20 East 4f>lh St., New York. N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) MU 2-S735 

Date of Organization; 1934 

Nat Campus, President 

Steve Campus, Executive Producer 

Sue Ellen, Distribution Coordinator 
Services: Motion pictures and slidefilms for 
business, government, education and social agen- 
cies; also various film services separately, in- 
cluding translations, sound tracks; editing and 
finishing service for company photographed 
films; complete distribution service. F.^cilities; 
Studio, on-location equipment and creative staff. 



CAMPUS FILM PRODUCTIONS: 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Functional Anatomy of the 
Human Kidney (Smitli, Kline and French Lab- 
oratories); Vocational Rehabilitation in A Com- 
munity Hospital (The .\rthritis Foundation); 
Parf /// Examituition March '67 (National Board 
of Medical Examiners); Setting Up a Room 
(Plav Schools Assn.); C-AAC— Senator favits 
(Council for Higher Educational Institutions). 

M. M. Chanowski Productions, N.V. 
122 East 42nd St. New York, N.Y. 10017 

W. Rosenfeld, in charge 
For complete listing, see Amsterdam, Holland 

CHRONICLE PRODUCTIONS 

364 West ISth Street. New York, N.Y. 10011 

Phone: (212) 989-5680 

Date of Organization: 1963 

Robert Glatzer, President 
Services: Production of documentaries, indus- 
trial and theatrical films, T\' commercials. Fa- 
ciLrnEs: Studio, facilities for production in 35/ 
16mm. Editing, print distribution faciUties. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Friendly Game (Chronicle 
Productions); Sow Comes to Berkley Heights 
(Waterbur\-, Conn, anti-poverty program); 
Carnival Weekend (American Y'outh Hostels); 
The Lohstermen (Chronicle Productions); 
segment for The Invaders (ABC Television). 

CINEMAKERS, INC. 
1741 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) CI 6-3198 
Date of Incorporation; 1965 
Ed Schultz, President 
William Doherty, Vice-President 

SER^^CEs: Motion pictures, filmstrips, shde 
shows and T\" spots; photography, recording, 
film and sound editing. FACiLrriES: Writing, 
production and editing staff. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motio.n Pictures: Three films in production 
for McGraw-Hill Text Films. TV Spots (public 
sers-ice): 1967 Camp Appeal (Children's Aid 
Society); (Community Ser\ice Society). Pho- 
tographic, directional, recording and editorial 
services on other films and sound shdefilms. 

CITY FILM CENTER, INC. 

66-40 69th Street. Middle Village. New York 
11379 

Phone: (212) TW 4-7800; T\V 4-7630 

Date of Incorporati<m: 1957 

Subsidiary: AV Lithographers, Awenire 
Building, 257 Pacific St., Brooklyn, New 
York, 11201. 

John R. Gregor>', President 

Herbert .Awenire, £xca(/itc Vice-President 

Douglas Mitchell, Vice-President, Productions 

Clarence Schmidt, Vice-Presiih-nt 

Joseph W. Harrop, Corporate Secretary 

Anthon\- Jacino, Production Coordinator 

Henri LaMothe, .Art Director 
Serntces: 8, 16, 35mm motion pictures and 
sound slidefilms for business, industry, televi- 
sion, entertainment, science, education, health, 
religion, political and public service fields, in- 
cluding specialized aerial (helicopter) cinema- 
tographv. Correlated promotional, distributional, 
public relations and sales packages for motion 
pictures and sound slidefilms include evalua- 
tion, designing, lavout, copy, artwork and li- 
thographs FACiLmEs: Equipped, staffed mo- 
tion picture studio; .sound stage, with control 
room, narrator's booth, scene dock, conference 
loimge w ith projection facilities. .Art, editing .ind 
sound departments; mobile and location luiits; 
motion picture color-printers for color-corrected 
and exposure compensated answer and release 




CITY FILM CENTER: 

prints. Equipped and staffed Lithography Divi- 
sion with five presses, including die-cutting, and 
high-speed four-color. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Time and Time Again (RKO 
General); The Way-Out World of Fred Feld- 
tnan (WOR-T\', N.Y.C.); Sun Country (S. C. 
Johnson/Benton & Bowles); Films in Psychoso- 
matic Research (Hoffman La Roche/A'isual 
Projects); Clinical Applications of Gastroscopy, 
Interaastric Photography ami Gastric Biopsy; 
and Cholinergic Versus Antieholineraic Effects 
(G. D. SearleA'isual Projects); Who Cries For 
The Lonely (Thaddeus Productions); Log Pe- 
riodic Antennas (JFD Electronics Corp.): Pa- 
thology (Dr. Greene/New Y'ork Universit>') ■ 

CLIFTON PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

5113 16th Ave.. BrooklvTi, N.Y. 11204 

Phone: (212) 851-S090 

D.ite of Organization: 1947 

Maurice T. Groen, President 

Ernest Fischel, Vice President 

William Rosenfeld. Secretary-Treasurer 

Jerome Shapiro, Production Mgr. 
Services: Industrial, public relations, transporta- 
tion, travel, nature studies, wildlife conserva- 
tion, sales promotion, agricultur.al ond horticul- 
tural motion pictures; "TV shots and commer- 
cials; color stock shots. Facilities: Cameraman 
in Sweden, Austria, and Holland; worldwide 
coverage. Production affihations for location 
shooting in Europe, Middle East, Far East, Aus- 
tralia and Latin .America. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

.Motion Pictures: Hollands Gardens: Spring- 
time in Holland (.Associated Bulb Growers of 
Holland); Nature's Underground (Edward 
Gottlieb & Assoc.); Let's Look at Switzerland 
(Films of the Nations); Greener Futures {.Ag- 
rico Chemical Co.). 



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COLEMAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

75 West 45th Street. New York. N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) CI 5-9080 

Date of Organization: 1935 

Harrv- L. Coleman, President 

Sonv'a Coleman. Vice-President 

David Streit. Production Manager 

Richard Segal. Editor 

Robert Johnson. Sates Coordinator 

John Peterson. Dir. of Photosraphy 

J. Brown. Sound 
Services: Production of 16/35mm motion pic- 
tures from script to final print for industry, 
medicine, travel and television. FACiLmES: 25' 
X 25' sound studio equipped with lights, props, 
sets, cameras; Fearless dolly; .Ampex s\-nc sound 
equipment; cutting rooms and screening room. 
Facilities .ivailable to outside producers. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictubf5: Paliemrd Carpels (.Alcx.m- 
dcr Smith); Hematoma and F.dema (Diapulse 
Corp.); The Italian Lesson (Italian Line); Roto 
Mold (Union Carbide); Bochm the Creator 
(Edward Nhushall Boclim). 

COIODZIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
f.2 W. 4.5th St.. New York. N. Y. 
Pllonc: (212) 661-6440 

Rolx-rt S. Colodzin, President 

James Walsh, Exec. V.P., Production Creative 
Director 
Servicfj:: TV commercials; documentaries and 
industrial films; FACn.mES: offices in produc- 



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NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

COLODZIN PRODUCTIONS: 

tion center in New York; branch office at Studio 
Cit\, North Miami, Fla. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: WADO (Barlell Media 
Corp.); TV Commercials: Tea Party (Mon- 
santo, Dovle Dane Bernbach); Wrong Number 
(Whirlpool Doyle Dane Bernbach); Dennis 
Allen (Phillip Monis/Leo Burnett); Expectant 
Father (Clark Oil & Refining/Chappell, Fiore 
& Endelnian). 

CONTEMPO! PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

25 West 68th St., New York, N.Y. 10023 

Phone: (212) TR 3-3333 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Branch: 690 East Maple Road, Birmingham, 

Michigan 48011 Phone: (313) MI 2-8383 

(Ross R. Callaway) 
David B. Marshall, Executive Producer 
Donald P. Smith, Vice-President 
Joan Marshall, Corporate Secretary 
Nathan Caldwell, Jr., Assoc. Producer 
Ross R. Callawax', Vice President 
Charles E. Hoefler, Art Director 
T. F. Fagan, Manager, Accountinn Services 
Doreen C. Hatfield, Production Secretary 

Services: Motion pictures— 16, 35mm, live 
shows, business, sales meeting presentations; 
special techniques include: multi-screen, multi- 
image "choreographed" visual presentations, 
portable cvclorama projection; sculptured pro- 
jection, A-V programmed presentations. Jingles, 
theme music, recordings. Facilities: for art, 
graphics: editing, animation; road show, meet- 
ing equipment for sound and projection; design, 
engineering custom projection control units. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Picture: Seagram City (Seagi'am Dis- 
tillers Corp.). Live Snows: Chrysler Corpora- 
tion News Preview 1967, 1968 (Chrysler 
Corp.); ABC Record Show 1967, 1968 (Ameri- 
can Broadcasting Co.); Field Managers Sem- 
inar. Toilet Articles (Colgate-Palmohve Co.). 
Multimedia; Maxidyne Engine — The Big 
Spoiler (Mack Truck). 

RAYMOND A. CORWIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
701 Seventh Ave., New York. N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) 756-0662 
Date of Organization: 19.59 
Raymond A. Corwin, President 
Bertram Browvi. Executive Vice-President 
Donald Crabb, Vice-President (Travel Dept.) 
Richard E. Brooks, Director of PluUo^raphy 
Bert Salzman, Production Manager 
Susan McCartney, Art Director 
Anton Holden, Editor 

Services: Commercials and motion pictiu'es for 
television, industry; sound slidefilms and film- 
strips. Facilities: Offices, screening and edit- 
ing rooms; facilities for production of film, tape 
and other audio-visual media. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: This is Carrier (Carrier 
Corp.); Ionosphere (Eastern Airlines); Hancs 
1968 (H.ancs Corp.); Sleep Like a Lamb (Sim- 
mons). Slidefilms: WorW of lloliday (Holi- 
day Magazine); The News at Alcoa (Alcoa); 
Chile. Argentina, Peru (Lan Airlines); North- 
east's Double Vacation (Northeast Airlines). 

THOMAS CRAVEN FILM CORPORATION 

330 East 56th St., Now York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) MU 8-I5S5 

Date of Organization; 1950 

Thomas Cra\'en, President 

Harvey C McClintock. Vice-President 

Willis F. Briley, Director of Production 



CRAVEN FILM CORPORATION: 

Marvin Barouch, Comptroller 
Andrew B. Nemes, Associate Producer 
Carl Carbone, Producer/Director 
Services; Production of television, industrial, 
public information, h'aining and educational 
films and programming, theatrical featurettes 
and promos; overseas and multi-language de- 
partments; hve action and animated TV com- 
mercial division. Facilities: Sound stage, cam- 
era, sound, lighting, animation and set construc- 
tion departments; editing, recording and pro- 
jection rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
-Motion Pictches: The Driving Scene (Volks- 
wagen of America); Successful Secretary (Royal 
Typewriter Co., Inc.); Battle Beneath the Sea 
and Dirty Dozen promos ( Metro-Goldwyn- 
Ma\er. TV Commercials: for Winston ciga- 
rettes (William Esty Agency); Marlboro & Pax- 
ton (Leo Buniett); National Brewing Co. (W. 
R. Donner Agency); Tasty Kake (Actkin-Ky- 
nett). 

GORDON CROWE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

15 East 41st St., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 867-9437 
Date of Incorporation; 1965 
Gordon Crowe, President, Executive Producer 
Kent Lane, Vice-President, Producer 
Selma Cooper Crowe, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Sales meetings, entertainment and 
musical productions for industry; motion pic- 
tures for industry; special projection techniques. 
F.\ciLiTiEs: Sound stages, rehearsal studios, pho- 
tographic studio; equipment and personnel for 
motion pictures and live industrial shows. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Meeting PnESENT.\TiONS: for National Biscuit 
Co.; Kentile Floors. Inc.; Worldwide Volks- 
wagen (live, mp, ssf). Editorial Review (Sat- 
urday Evening Post, mp, ssf); Christmas Pack- 
aging Show (Calvert Distillers Co. mp, ssf). 

CYGNET-llOYD PEARSON ASSOCIATES, INC. 

347 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 889-7670 

Branch Offices: London; 295 Northolt Road, 
South Harrow, Middlesex, England; Rae 
Evans, Vice-President, Manager. Connecti- 
cut: 26 Imperial Avenue, Westport, Conn. 
06880. Lloyd Pearson, General Manager. 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Lloyd Pearson, President 

Rae Evans, Vice-President 

John Reeve, Vice-President 

David Grainger, Vice-President 

Alexander Greeley, Secretary 

Jim Roomes, Production Manager 
Services: Motion pictures, slides and filmstrips 
for business, industry, and TV; business and 
educational audio-visual programs. Facilities: 
Studios and sound stages in Connecticut and 
London, also camera vans throughout Europe. 
Still photography division and visual sales pro- 
motion department. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion' Pictui\i:s; Hands Up (Kjellscn Cookie 
Co.); Conveyer Molds (American Stand;ud & 
R;Kliator Corp.); Sales Training film (Riker 
Laboratories, Inc.). 

DEPICTO FILMS CORPORATION 

254 \\cst 54(h St., New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) CO 5-7620 

Date of Organization: 1944 

Jack R. von Maur, President 

Herbert D. Smith, Executive Vice President 

Glenn J. Graves, Vice-President. Industrials 

Pat Labate, Vice President, Production 
Services: A completely integrated one-.square 
organization providing: Scripting— fnmi technical 
to creative to complete convention format; Mo- 



DEPICTO FILMS CORPORATION: 

tion Picture— live action, location, animation; 
Slidefilm— training, promotion, public relations, 
merchandising; Slides— all sizes, color and b&w, 
lamination; Industrial Meetings & Conventions- 
complete package from creation through staging 
and equipment to traveling unit teams. Facili- 
ties: Photographic studios; full motion picture 
department, live and animation; completely 
staffed slidefilms and graphic art department; 
special wide-screen and carbon arc projectors. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictukes: Good and Careful (Uniroyal, 
Inc.); The Biggest Come to the Garden (Madi- 
son Square Garden Corp.). Slidefilm; Selling 
Singer Sctving Furniture (The Singer Co.). In- 
dustrial Shows: NAM Congress (National 
Assn. of M;uiufacturers); VIP (Canada Dry 
Corp.). 

DOLPHIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

4 East 53rd Street, New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) PL 3-5892 

Date of Incorporation: 1960 

Division: Dolphin International 

Allan Stanley, President 

Roger Ame Lunxen, Business Manas.er 

Bill Pitus. Chief Editor 

Paul Pauliny, Production Executive 
Services: Commercial, public relations, indus- 
trial, educational motion pictures; radio tran- 
scriptions; television commercials (Uve and ani- 
mated); 35mm and 16mm, color and B&W. 
For Dolphin International: Television commer- 
cials for international markets; revoicing and 
adaptation of existing commercials for multi- 
lingual markets; dealer trailers; researching, an- 
alyzing, planning and placing cinema advertis- 
ing campaigns around the world. Facilities: 
Four editing rooms; working arrangements with 
all studios in New York City; out-of-town affili- 
ates for location photography. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictuires: The Natural Look; Innocence 
(Clairol); Ticket to Action (CBS). TV Com- 
mercials: for A&S (Telesales, Inc.) and Clairol. 

Kevin Donovan Films 
15 West 44th Street. New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) YUkon 6-6049 

(See complete listing under Connecticut) 



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DYNAMIC FILMS, INC. 
Executive Offices: 330 West 5Sth St., 

New York, New York 10019 
Phone: (212) 765-3950 
Date of Organization: 1948 
Divisions: Dynamic Theatre Networks, Inc. 
Medical Dynamics, Inc., Dynamic Pro- 
grams. 
Branch Offices: 20203 Ann Arbor Trail, Dear- 
born, Mich. Phone: (313) 271-0206. Don 
O'Reilly, Manager. 130-7dr St., Pittsburgh, 
burgh. Pa. 15222. Phone; (412) 471-2780. 
William Matthews, Manager. 
Nath.m Zucker, President 
Maurice Hapf, Executive Producer 
Min;i Browuslouc, Director of Prinnotion 
and Public Relations 
Services: Producers and distributors of all au- 
dio-visu:il materi:ds including films, filmstrips, 
sound slidefilms. taiie and easel presentations 
for iudustr\-, public relations, sales training, em- 
|)lo\ce relations and specialized visual aids. .Mso 
tlicatric;il fe;itures and short subjects, television 
l)rogr:uuiuing, special h)reign language revision, 
foreign film productions, etc. Facilities: Sound 
stages, recording and dubbing studios, editing 
facilities for all 1 6mm and 35mm audio-visual 
liroductiou. 



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DYNAMIC FILMS INCORPORATED: 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Victory Circles (Dana 
Corp.); How to Read an Annual Report (Eaton 
Yale & Towne); Hoic Do n'e Go From Here 
to There (ATA Foundation); .Vcii- Look in 
Transportation (Alcoa); \V7iaf Happened to 
Innocence (Cowles Communications); Auto 
Mechanic: Careers in Automotive Service; 
(Ford Motor Co.); Where the Rainhcnc Ends 
(Channel Master Corp.); DaijtoiM 500 (Chrys- 
ler-Pl\mouth); 51st Indianapolis 500 (Ashland- 
\'alvoline-Fram); Race to Riclics (.39 half-hour 
TV episodes). T\' Commerci.^ls: Indtj Winner 
(Humble OilMcCann Erickson); Three Win- 
ners (Plymouth '\. W. Ayer). 

FRANZ EDSON INC. 

Watchway P.O. Box 503, Huntington, N.Y. 

11743 
Phone: (516) MY 2-4345 
Date of Organization: 1961 
Franz Edson, President 
Inge Edson, Secretary-Treasurer 

Services: Planning and production of motion 
pictures and slide films. Facilities: Complete 
production facilities for 16, 35mm and slide 
films. 

RECENT PRODUCTrONS AND SPONSORS 

A-V Phesent.^tions: for Franklin National 
Bank; UNI\'.\C; Long Island Lighting; Picker- 
ing & Co.; Bell Telephone Laboratories; Sperry- 
Rand Corp.; Norelco; Metropolitan Museum of 
Art; Stanton Magnetics. 



ELEKTRA FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
33 West 4(ith .Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) 582-3606 

Date of Organization: 1956 

S.imuel Magdoff, President 

Jordan L. Caldwell, Executive Vice-President 

Stanley Polle\-, Secretary-Treasurer 

Marvin Friedman, Michael Cooper, Directors 

Jack Dazzo, Animation Director 

George Canata, Creative Director 

Morty Baran, Production Manager 

Tony Brischler, Edit. Supv. 

Services: Production of industrial, educational, 
sales training films, featurettes, and TV connner- 
cials. Facilities: Stage; animation staff and 
facilities; editing, concept creation. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PicTiinis: Product Is Like A Woman 
(Eastman Chemical); CItitty Oiatly Bang Bang 
(United Artists); Trailers (National Screen); 
X-mas Birds (CBS-TV). TV Commercials: for 
Alka-Scltzer. 



CHARLES ELMS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

163 Highland Ave., No. Tamtown. N.Y. 

10.591 
Phone: (914) 631-7474 
Date of Incorporation: 1952 
Charles D. Elms, President 
Charles D. Elms, Jr., Vice-President 
Ruth .\I. Elms, Secretary, Treasurer 

Services: Research and production of 16mm, 
35mm and 70mm "Widescope" motion pictures; 
slide motion; .sound slidefilms; slide-presenta- 
tions; training nianu;ils and charts for s;des pro- 
motion, sales Iraimng and education. FACiLiriES: 
Studio mobile camera, sound and lighting equip- 
ment. "Widescope" TOmm revolving lens camera 
and 2-K'ns split-scri'cn t;imera. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Slidefilms: 2lst Anniversary; Two on Aisle; 
ASR & AST Boilers (Federal Boiler Co.); A 
Move for Profit; New Profit Positioning of Razor 
Blades ( Philip Morris Inc. ) . 



€SPRIT PRODUCTIONS 
300 \V. 55th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) 765-0678 
Date of Organization: April, 1965 
Sylvan Markman, President, Prod. -Director 
\'incent R. Tortosa, Script & Concept Director 
Jern' Bmck, Sound Director 
Da\e Watts, Chief Cameraman 

Services: Industrial, educational, sales promo- 
tional, T. \". docimientaries, short subjects. Fa- 
cilities: Creative department; art, editing stu- 
dios, 16 35mm production equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlres: Corporate Award Paimma 
(Boa Division - IBM); Corporate Award Phil- 
adelphia (Boa Division - IBM). In Production: 
Dance; Drama; and Cinema (all for McGraw- 
Hill, Inc.). 

ETCETERA FILMS, INC. 

29 W. 56lli St., New York, N.Y. 

Phone: (212) 265-6245 

Date of Org;uiization: 1966 

John Affriol, President 

Thomas |. GeneUi, Vice President 

Bob Troy, Production Manager 

Jud\ Kramer, Production Secretary 

Services: Motion pictures, documentaries, in- 
dustrials, T\' commercials, editing sei-vices, 
scripts. Facilities: Studio, editing, complete 
production facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; The Livinn River (American 
Museum of Natural History); The Club (IBM); 
Credit Titles (New York Art Directors Show); 
50 Years of Milestones (American .^ssn. of Ad- 
vertising .Agencies); The White Knight (Col- 
gate) . 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 



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FANNON & OSMOND, INC. 

IS E. 50th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) MU 8-3138 

Date of Organization: 1955 

James H. F;iniion, President 

Gerald Osmond. Vice Pre.tidcnt 

Robert Schweitzer, Director of Photography 

Services: Producers of audiovisual presentations 
for industn-, education and sales training in- 
cluding product introductions; complete travel- 
ing sales meetings; company recmitment, sales 
promotion; slides .sound filmstrips and motion 
pictures. Also extensive multi-projection tech- 
niques and unusual screens. F.\cilities: Crea- 
tive, scripts, art, production, photography staff 
and studios. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Suing Ding (Proctor & Gam- 
ble); Doculith (IBM); Snack- A-Tizcrs (Pills- 
burv). Slidefilms: Ballet Banduanon (Bur- 
lington); The A.C.E. Story; ACOOL (Allied 
Chemical) ; Let's Go Met; The Keogh Act (Met- 
ropolitan Life Insurance); The Market of the 
90's (Life Magazine); The Mouse that Roared 
(Proctor & Gamble! ; Another World (Reader's 
Di.gest). Sales Mi;i:riNCS: for Proctor & Gam- 
ble, Pillsbun,-, Fann Journal, Life Magazine and 
Westpoint-Pepperill. 



Sound Advice for llii- 1 ilin Buyer 

'> A careful study of tlie prospective pro- 
ducer's listing text is a prerequisite to film 
bu\ ing. Sec the pictures listed by the com- 
paiiy; note the nature of client references. 
And if the prospective producer ixii'( listed 
in these pages visit his facilities; meet per- 
manent staff personnel and view current 
pictures identified as his owti productions. 



MATT FARRELL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
213 East 38th Street. New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) 683-8358 
Date of Incorporation: 1951 
M;itt Farrell, President & General Manager 
C. Lillian Farrell, Secretary-Treasurer 
William McAleer, Vice-President & 

Director of Photog,raphy 
Joseph Faro. Vice-President, Production Mgr. 

Services: Production and distribution of sound 
motion pictures and sound stripfilms tor busi- 
ness and industry Facilities: 16mm and 3omm 
motion picture and stripfilm production; color 
and b&w; sound studio, magnetic film recording, 
editing ser\-ices, script, art work, animation, 
foreign language versions. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: .Amioiiiiti'ig the Rcc-Chck 
(Rec-Chek, Inc.); The Same Is Hcrcii/<-.v, un- 
titled packaging film (Hercules Inc.); Li(/io- 
graphy (Graphic Arts Films, IncO Films m 
process for Lehigh Inc.. and Shell Chemical Co. 

FILM ENTERPRISES, INC. 

485 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) \W 2-3973 

Date of Incorporation: 1959 

James R. Handle\'. President 

F William Br\aut. Jr., Secretary-Treasurer 

Howard A. Mann, Prodtwtion Supervisor 
Services: 16 and 35mm motion pictures for 
business and industrv; slide and stripfilms; script 
service; audio-visual production management 
and coordination. Inteniational production capa- 
bilitv in Canada, Europe, South .-Vmeric;! and 
Far East. F.vcu.ities: Administrative offices; 
16/35mm motion picture production crews and 
equipment (silent and sound); previesv screen- 
ing; editorial di-pt. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Mkc-X Report-April 
1967- The Sentinel Report-October 1967, Alu- 
minum Conductor Cable; Developments in Bur- 
ied Plant; Kwajalein-A Place to Work. A Place 
to Live- Project Raindrop (Bell Telephone Lab- 
oratories); A Better World: IBM at Kodak; 
Grenoble Winter Olympics Newsfilms (IBM); 
The Harold Hopewell Succe.is Story; Rotani 
Sunshine Camp (Eastm;m Kodak Co.); So 
What's Ncw-ln Ideas? (Department «{ De- 
fense). Slidefilm: Program Support (IBM). 







FILMEX, INCORPORATED 
300 East 46th Street. New York. N.Y. 10017 
Studio 240 E. 4,5th St.. New York. N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) OX 7-6655 

Branches-Subsidiaries: 1041 N. Highland -Ave., 
HolKwood. Calif. Phone: (213) H06-3211. 
O80i E. Oakland Pk. Blvd., Fort Lauder- 
dale. Fla. Phono (305) 564-7671. Studio 
E\G IS Rue Lonis-Blanc. Lavallois-Per- 
ret Seine. Fr.mce. Phones: 37-46. 39-46. 
Fihnexpress West.. Plant *20. Teehnico or 
Com Universal Citv. HolKwood, C.ilif. 
Phone- (213) 769-8500. Filmexpress East, 
300 E. 46 St.. New York 10017. Phone: 
(">1') OX 7-6655. T.ipex & Tapexexpress, 
300-305 E. 46th St., NYC. Phone: (212) 
0.\ 7-6655. Filinox Mexico S. A., 2402 
A\eiuda Division del Norte, Mexico, D. F. 
(see area listings for executives in charge). 



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NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

FILMEX INCORPORATED: 
Robert Bergmann, President 
Chrisaan Herfel, Vice-President 
Steve Kambourian, V. P. -Completion 
Slavko Vorkapich, Stafj Consultant 
Donald Horan, Lariy Elikann, aiid Robert 

Klane, Directors 
Jack Priestly, Sol Negrin, Dnimmond 

Drary, Sol Ehilich, Cinemato^raphers 

Services: Films for business, advertising, edu- 
cation, government and the television arts. Fa- 
cilities: Studio and office facilities include 50' 
X SCK sound stage with photographic, lighting 
and sound equipment for studio and location; 
still photograph lab, carpentry shop, dressing 
rooms, makeup rooms, editorial rooms, screen- 
ing rooms with 3omm and 16mni interlock fa- 
cilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

T\ CoMiiERCiALS: f(3r Batten, Barton, Dur- 
stine & Osbome; Benton & Bowles; Young & 
Rubicam; McCann-Erickson: Ted Bates; D' 
Arcv; J. Walter Thompson: \Vm. Esty; o'gilvy 
& Mather; Sulli\an, Stauffer, CoKvell & Bayles; 
Grey Advertising; Cunningham & Walsh; Papert', 
Koenig, Lois; Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample; Camp- 
bell-Ewald: N. W. A\er; Wanvick & Legler; 
Leo Burnett; Marschalk, 



Filmexpress, East 
305 East 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) OX 7-6655 
Jackie Vaden, Executive-in-Charge 

FILMFAIR, INC. 

339 E. 48th St., Ne« York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone; (212) 421-8480 

Date of Organization: 1965 

August A. Jekel, President 

Tom WhiteseU, Vice President 

William D. Jekel, Secretary 

Kay Himes, Treasurer 

Peter Von Schmidt, Live Action Director 

Peaslee Bond, Cameraman 

Da%id Llo\ d. Editor 
Services: Live action films for commercial and 
industrial accounts. Facilities: Two stages; 
complete editing rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV Commercials: for Teflon Bakeware (Du- 
Pont Co./N.W. Aver); Duo (Clairol/Norman, 
Craig. Kummel); Commuter (Camel Cigarettes/ 
Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample); Stripes Graphic 
(Ford Fairlaine/J. W'alter Thompson); Cran- 
apple (Ocean Spra\/Dovle, Dane, Bernbach- 
Leesures (Lee Pants, Grav Ad\ertising); Paper 
Plane (U.S. Air Force/MacManus, John, 
Adams). 



Film Graphics, Inc. 

(see listing TV-Film Graphics, this section) 



FOSTER FILMS, INC. 

60 W. 57th St., New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) JU 2-7620 

Date of Organization: 1963 

Harry Foster, President 

Barry Dubin. Vice-President 
Services: Industrial and the;itrical films, TV 
commercials. Facilitu:s: Editing rooms, pro- 
duction facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Island Hnppin (Bemington 
Arms); Ski for Two, A Winter Gale (Lufthansa 
Airlines): ^Ninht of the Generals: special TV 
trailer (Columliia Pictures): Funny Girl (pro- 
duction coordinaliun) Hu\- Star Productions) 



FORDEL FILMS, INC. 

1079 Nelson Ave., Bioiui, N.Y. 10452 

Phone: (212) WY 2-5000 

Date of Organization: 1941 

John H. Tobin, President 

Enid Borde, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Public relations; sales promotion; 
training; educational; scientific and medical mo- 
tion pictures and slidefilms; complete respon- 
sibility, specialists in color, live and animated. 
.AudioNisaul consultation and senices for con- 
vention and sales meeting. Facilities: Sound 
stage; complete cameras, lights and sound 
equipment for studio and location production; 
animation stand; art department; cutting rooms; 
16mm magnetic and optical interlock screening 
facilities; color printing department; carpenter 
shop: m;ichine shop; mobile units. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti-res: Land Beneath the Sea; 
Landing, on Red Beach One (U.S. Na\T); Posi- 
tion Locator (Ford Instrnment Co.); Helicop- 
ter Radar (Lockheed Electronics Co.). Slide- 
film: Ripercol (American Cyanimid). 

FPS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
45 West 45tli St., New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) CI 5-6950 

Date of Organization: 1957 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Joseph C. Bowman, President, Exec. Prod. 

Willi:im F. Mills, Jr., Director Marketing 

Jacob R. Moon, Script Supervisor 
Services: Salesniate selling programs; also sales, 
training and educational motion pictures and 
sound shdefihiis. Facilities: Editing and art fa- 
cilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Prescription Farming Today 
(Allied Chemical Co. ) ; Tlie Garrard '68 Line 
(British Industries Corp.); Strike Command 
(U.S. Dept. of Defense). Slidefilms: Ozene— 
The Tiny Giant: Od, Its Behavior in the Re- 
frigeration System (.Alhed Chemical Co.); The 
New Age of Architecture (McGraw-Hill Pub- 
lications). Tape Program: Come Clean (Burl- 
ington Industries). 

SI FRIED PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

49 West 45tli St., New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) PL 7-4424 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Si Fred, President & Producer 

Stan Vanderbeek, Creative Director 

Art Zigouras, Writer-Director 

Jane Stevens, Asst. Producer 
Services: Motion pictures, including tlieatrical, 
industrial documentary, TV commercials, news- 
films, etc. Facilities: 16mm and 35mm equip- 
ment a\ailable in house. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Through the Years; Custom- 
er Engineers' Orientation; Votomatic (IBM); 
The Canada Fair (U.S.T.C). 



William J. Ganz Company, Inc. 

(A Division of I.V.C.) 

P.O. Box 26S, Scarsdalc. New York 10583 

Phone: (914) 472-0470 

(See complete data under Institute of Visual 

Communications, Inc. listing, this section) 

The Most Complete Studio Reference 

• These pages ol detailed producer reference 
listings comprise the world's most complete buy- 
er reference source to business and television 
film and tape production facilities in the U.S. 



GEMINI FILMS, INC. 

150 East 37th St., New York, N.Y. 10016 

Phone: (212) 889-7194 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Morton S. Epstein, President 

Michael Jorrin, Vice President 
Services: Conception, design, production of 
films for government, industry, tv and theater. 
Facilities: Office, screening and editing rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion PiCTiTiES: Westinghouse Is Where It's 
Happening (Westinghouse International); Ad- 
venture Series (U.S. Information Agency); 
Sales Meeting 1967 (Prudential Life Insurance/ 
Reach McClinton). T\' Commercials: for In- 
stant Maxwell House Coffee ( Benton & Bowles ) ; 
New Lemon Pledge (Benton and Bowles); 
Orange Blossom Engagement Rings (Cadwell- 
Davis); Dead Tired (Leukemia Society of 
America/Cadwell-Davis); Westinghouse Re- 
frigerator (Westinghouse International), 

GERALD PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Subsidiary of The Communications Group 

421 \\esl 54th St., New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) PL 7-2125 

Date of Incorporation: 1955 

Gerald Auerbach, President 

Henry Traiman, Vicc-Prcs., General Mgr. 
Services: Production media-film, live and video 
tape, TV and industrial shows; complete distri- 
bution services. Documentary', industrial, educa- 
tional, and entertainment films. F-4Cilities: 
Sound stages, recording and mixing studio; 35- 
mm and 16nmi theaters. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: A Thing Called Hope (Mus- 
cular Dvstropliv Assn. of America); Xerox Sales 
Show (Xerox Corp.); Ac/na Velva (Parkson 
.^dv.); Auto Suture (U.S. Surgical); Better 
Homes and Gardens (Bob Hills Productions); 
Head Ski (Head Ski Co.); Moments of Deci- 
sion; Your Man In . . .(U.S. Army). 

JACK GLENN, INCORPORATED 

207 East 37th Street, New York, N.Y. 10016 

Phone: (212) OX 7-0121 

Date of Incorporation; 1953 

Jack Glenn. President 

Caroll Douglass, Vice-President 

Lew Waldeck, Glen Tracy, William Lister, 
and Christopher Swan, Production 
Services: Complete production of special-pur- 
pose and entertainment motion pictures; ani- 
mation and filmstrips; commercial and slide- 
films; filmographs; stories, storyboards and voice 
tracks for animated cartoons; text-film scripts 
and production; specializing in entertainment 
and advertising cartoons; institutional, public 
relations, promotion, orientation, educational 
films, fiction.al or documentary. Contract or sub- 
contract scparatelv for script-writing and or di- 
recting, producing, editing. Facilities: Mitchell, 
Wall. B&H. .\rriflex cameras; lighting and Nagra 
sound equipment: studios and scenic shops; 
projection and cutting rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Your Life Blood. Contrac- 
tile Tissiu-; Your Muscles; Exercise and Physical 
Fitness; Chronic Fatigue; Nutrition (McGraw 
Hill Text-Films). 

ii Duplication of this list for any purpose is ex- 
pressly forbidden without the written consent 
of the publishers of Business Screen Magazines, 
Inc. This list is keved .so that mailing use will be 
immediately detected. Its content is an exclusive 
feature of this publication, gleaned from months 
of editorial research bv Editors of this Review. 



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BUSINES.S SCREEN • 1968 



GOTHAM FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

HE. 44th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) MU 2-4450 

Date of Incorporation; May, 1955 

Susan \\'a\ne. President 
Services: 35, 16 and 8mm motion pictures; 
sound slidefilms, slides; recordings and supple- 
mentary aids. Facilities: Sound stage; art staff; 
still studio; editorial and recording services. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion PicrrBEs; The Good Guys Are Faster 
(.\.T.&T.); Slidefilms: The Celanese Story 
(Celanese Corp.); Just a Teller (First National 
City Bank); .\VP: Plant Repair Service (4-pro- 
grammed instruction tapes) and Ethics (Audio 
Tape) - (for A.T.&T.). 



HARVEST FILMS INCORPORATED: 
for clients. F.\cilities: Production and creative 
facilities — cameras, sound equipment, art and 
editorial departments, music and stock footage 
libraiA . storage, stages. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti^bes; Don't Fusli Your Luck (self- 
sponsored); Si Podemos! (U.S. State Dept./ 
A.I.D.); A Bridoe to Adoption (.N.Y. State Dept. 
of Social Services); iVig/if Nursing (United 
Hospital Fund of N.Y.). TV Spot: for National 
Society for Prevention of Blindness. 







The Jam Handy Organization, Inc. 
1775 Broadway. New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) JU 2-4060 
Herman Goelz, in charge 
Complete office facilities and projection room 

with ser\'ice staff for Eastern clients 
(See complete listing under Detroit area) 

HANKINSON STUDIO, INC. 

72 West 45th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) YU 6-21S0 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Frederick L. Hankinson, President 

Walter Klas, Vice-President 

Lawrence Dineen, Treasurer 
SEB\^CES: Live and animated motion pictures 
for TV, industry and sales promotion; slidefilms 
and slides. F.^cilities: Animation studio; live 
insert stage; editing facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Leaflet Dissemination (U.S. 
.Army Pictorial Center); Conoweld (Continental 
Can Co.); Mountain Dew (Pepsi-Cola); Ana- 
cin (J. F. Murrax'). Live Show: for Wise Potato 
Chips (Lynn Organization). 

HARTLEY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

279 East 44th St., New York. N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) YU 6-0563 

Date of Incorporation: 1951 

Irving Hartley, President 

Elda Hartley, Secretary-Treasurer 

Frederick W. Adams, Vice-President 
Sebvices: Motion pictures and slidefilms for 
business, education, training, travel and public 
relations. Specialize in films on women's inter- 
ests for distribution to TW schools, spr\'ice clubs 
and women's clubs. Write and develop live 
shows for sales meetings and presentations. De- 
\clop packaged programs «ith correlated print- 
ed MKiterial and a film of llie live show. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pic-rrBES: TIte Mood of Zrn: Budd- 
liisni: Man and Xalurc (Hartley Productions); 
Tlie Silfer Craftsman (Oneida Silversmiths); 
The Winners (Hates Fabrics); Let's Have A 
Party (American Glassware Assn.). 

HARVEST FILMS, INc! 

11 West 42nd St., New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) BR 9-0180 

n.ite of Organization: 19.50 

I.eo Tracbtenberg, President 

Cecile Fein. Office Manager 

Betty ."Mgren, Asst. to President 

Ion EaK'. Production Manager 

Jeffre\' Bolger. Librarian 

Bobert Megginson. Editor 
Sebvices: Motion pictures and filmstrips for in- 
dustry, government, educational and social ser\'- 
ice organiz.itions. Distribution of selected films 



HAVERLAND FILM PRODUCTIONS LTD. 

6 East 39th St., New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) 679-0939 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Date of Incorporation: 1966 

Laszlo Haverland, Producer-Director 

Laszlo Noszthy, Director 

Ingo D. Grill, Director of Photography 

Bela Szabadosi, Writer 
Services: 35 and 16mm script to screen produc- 
tions or service. F.^cilities: 35 and 16mm cam- 
eras, dubbers, dubbing studio, recording and 
editing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictlbes; The Abandoned Mill; Hyplar 
Paper Mache (M. Grumbacher, Inc.); G-G-O 
Program (Allied Chemical Co.); Martex (West- 
point Pepperel Co.). 

HENKIN-FAILLACE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

65 East 55th St., New York, N.Y. 
Phone: (212) 421-5050 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Tony Faillace, Jr., President 

Howard Henkin, Vice-President 

Pat Coleman, Office Mgr. 
Services: Industrial, commercial and sales train- 
ing fihns; slidefilms; animation and live action 
and original music. F-\cilities: Creative staff; 
editing; recording and filming. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
T\' CoMMERCHLS: Purolatcr Filter Tour (Puro- 
lator Corp. Clarke Adv); Child in Bed (Sauter 
Labs McCann-Erickson); Necco Skybar (Hoag 
& Provandie); Republic Steel commercials 
(Meldnim & Fewsmith); Little Girl (PPG/ 
Ketchum MacLeod & Grove). 

DAN HESS PRODUCTIONS 
14S-';: East 40th Street, New York, N.Y. 

10016 
Phone: (212) ORegon 9-6260 
Date of Organization: 1961 
Daniel L. Hess, President & Executice 

Producer 
Hal Douglas, Senior Writer-Director 
Steph<>n Sheppard, Writir. Asst. Director 
Gar\ Weist. Creative Director 
Crania Gurie\ itch. Asst. to the President 
Carol Saperstein, Production Coordinator 
joiiu Steinberg, Creative Director 
Servk is: Industrial, documentary films for sales 
promotion, public relations, s:iles training; sales 
meetings. Sound slidefilms, filmstrips, programs 
—including printed literatme, publications. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictches: It's Called \tolor Oil (Shell 
Oil Co.): BO AC Goes to Market (BOAC); De- 
cisions; Super Tire (.\meric.in Oil Co.); Student 
Nurie (Universal Education & Visu.al Arts). 
Slidefilm: Our Young Young World (E.-tstman 
Kodak). 

Note on Omissions and Listing Correction 

tV Three first-class mailings to producing com- 
panies throughout t)ie U. S. and abroad were 
used to compile this section. Listing data re- 
ceived after extended deadlines and corrected 
material will appear in our first Production Re- 
view supplement to be published later this year. 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 



INSTITUTE OF VISUAL 
COMMUNICATION, INC. 

P.O. Box 26S, Scarsdalc, New York 105S3 

Phone: (914) 472-0470 

Date of Organization: 1919 

William J. Ganz, President 
Services: Producers and distributors of audio- 
visual communication, including motion pictures, 
filmstrips and slidefilms. F.^cilities: Complete 
film production from script to screen for pub- 
lic relations, industrial, sales training, educational 
and documentary. Complete nationwide and for- 
eign distribution of films. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictches; Slop the Burglar (Eaton, 
Yale & Towne); Lessons of Leadership (U.S. 
Chamber of Commerce); The Eyes Have It 
(U.S. Ply-wood); Dear Mary (Domey Park); 
Heads Up (.American Red Cross). 

VICTOR KAYFETZ PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

17S0 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) CI 5-4830 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Branches: New York: 245 Edgerton St., Ro- 
chester. Phones: (716) CH 4-5164; GR 3- 
3000, Ext. 534. Don Lyon. 

Victor Kavfetz, President, Exec. Producer 

Se\mour Posner, .Assistant to the Producer 

Ruth M.1V, A(/Hii»is(ra(i(;e Asst. 

Bernard Peretz, Production Asst. 

Jane Kavfetz, Vice-Pres. CreaUvnsion, Inc. 

Joele Brediger, Distribution Mgr. Creativision 
Services: Motion picture production, combining 
line cinematography, animation. "Projected Pres- 
entations" equipment, c;ipable of cinematog- 
raphy of 9x12 ft. projection backgrounds of live 
subjects in front of any projected color back- 
groimd. F.ACiLiTiEs: 35mm Eclair Camerette, 
16mm Camerette, 16mm ,\rriflex with zoom 
len,ses, B&H-70DL, Auricon (400 ft. & 1200 
ft.) with zoom, full accessories. Studio flats, 
backgrounds, table tops. Slidefilm and 2.x2 slide 
production cameras. For stop motion shooting: 
35mm Model L DeBrie and 16mm Cine Special 
both completelv adapted for animation. Oxbeny 
animation stand with bipack camera (16 and 
35mni) with compound table. Complete art 
and animation department, 16 and 35mm sound 
Moviohvs, 35mm interlock and 16inm projectors 
in booth of screening room. Nagra tape recorder; 
niiorophoues. Tripods, high hat, dolly, location 
lighting equipment, cables, trucks, trailer. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion PunTREs: .A 7"iHir to Sow (U.S. Dept. 
of Health. Education & Welfare): The Router, 
The Dovetail Fixtiircs (St;inley Tool Co.); S(W- 
ing Is Fun (American Sailing Council of the 
N.A.E.B.M.). PiioiEcrrED Present.\tions: River 
Ranch Acres (P;uil \'enze Associates); Esso- 
Eneo 1968 Ad Campainn ( McCann Erickson). 
SimiFn.M: C.routlock Block Sales Film (D.D. 
Seltz Franchising Corp.). TV Commf-RCLVLS: 
Holiday Serxice Stations (Lotus Prodns.); Inde- 
pendent Broadcastin g Co. ID (IBC). 

ALLAN KEITH PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

243 \\ est .">(itli St.. Ni w Yoik. N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212)246-0239 

D.ite of Organiziition: 19-56 

Allan Keith. Prrsident-Exec. Producer 

E\el\Ti McCarthv. Vice-President 

Burrell Smith. Producer-Director 

Frank Schilling. Editor 
Services: Films for industry, sales training & 
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NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

ALLAN KEITH PRODUCTIONS: 
in cosmetic & haiist\ling films for the beauty 
trade. Facilities: Sound stage and editing 
room. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Hairshapiiif: Techniques, 
Beautii Shop Mtiiiafiemcnf (Edward J. Week 
Co.); ^Voi-iiic Comb (Parisian Services, Inc.); 
Tippins. & Frosting, (varied sponsors); Wigs, 
\V'ig/f(s & Hairpieces (varied sponsors). 



HERBERT KERKOW, INC. 

14 East 3Sth St., New York, N.Y. 10016 

Phone: (212) MU 9-9122 

Date of Organization: 1937 

Date of Incorporation: 1946 

Herbert Kerkow. President & Treasurer 

Rosemond Kerkow, Secretary 
Services: Pubhc relations, sales training and 
sales presentation films. Facilities: Sound 
stage; set building department, projection room, 
souncl recording; editing and animation facili- 
ties. Bell & Howell and Eclair Cainerette 35mm 
cameras, Maurer and Arriflex 16mm cameras. 
Visualization sound stage, special equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Medical Self Help (Series) 
- Shock; Rcsuscitation/Bh'cdinn and Bandag- 
ing: Shelter Living/Nursing Care; Transporta- 
tion of the Injured /Bandaging: Splints/Burns 
(U.S. Public Health Service); Ground Ladders 
(Di\ision of Fire Safetv-N.Y. State); Where's 
My Refund: So Your Refund is Being Audited; 
and Is It Taxable? (Internal Revenue Service); 
Experiments in Science (Grades 1 & 2); Ex- 
periments in Science (Grades 3, 4 & 5) (Web- 
ster Pubhshing Div.-McGr;iw-Hill Book Co.). 

PAUL KIM & LEW GIFFORD 
PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
342 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) YU 6-2826 
Date of Organization: 1960 
Date of Incorporation: 1961 
Paul Kim, Director 
Lewis Gifford, Director 
Julia Whalen, Production Manager 
Arthur Petricone, Sales 

Services: Creative service and production of 
animated, squeeze motion and live-action fibiis. 
Facilities: Stage, animation department. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV Commercials: for AT&T (N.W. Ayer & 
Son); Volkswagen (Doyle Dane Bernbach); 
Winston Cigarettes (William Esty); Wall Street 
Journal (BBD&O). 

KNICKERBOCKER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1.540 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) CI 5-6710 

Date of Organization; 1947 

Howard S. Lesser, President 

Willard Van D\'ke, Production Consultant 

Renzo Olivieri, Vice-President 

Agnes Grant, Secrctartj 

Frederic G. Calder, Safes Manager 

Services: Production from original research to 
finished film. Facilities: Cameras (35 & 
16mm), lighting, and editing equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Fabric Plus Air Equals Build- 
infis (I. P. Stevens & Co.); Your Share in Tomor- 
row (New York Stock Exchange); revision of 
past productions during year; print procure- 
ment. 

These Exclusive Review Reports Are 
a Copyrighted Business Screen Feature 



LANCE STUDIOS 

151 West 46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) JU 6-4233 

Date of Organization: 1948 

David \\assennan. Producer 

Amador Chaidez. Producer 

Doris Rontowsky, Art Director 
Services: Sound fihnstrips, slides and motion 
pictures for sales meetings, public relations and 
emplovee training. Slide-imation technique; art 
and three-dimensional models, mock-ups and 
special effects for sales meetings, industrial 
shows and T\' commercials. Facilities: Art and 
production studios; scripts, storyboards, art, mu- 
sic and sound, photography and editing. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: a yational Program to Sell Apples 
(Apple Growers Assn.); Take Adiantas.e 
(Sanka); Accelerate Higher Faster (American 
Home Foods); Yo» Arc There (Bristol Myers); 
Bi-;innual Meeting (National Distillers); Cen 
temiial Meeting (Metropolitan Life Insurance 
Co.); Annual Meeting (American Can Co.); 
Sales Meeting (Breck); Management Confer- 
ence (American Can Co.); Sales Promotion 
(Young & Rnbicain). 

Anthony Lane Film Studios, Inc. 

2 Overhill Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Phone: SC 5-3477 

Neil McCaffrey, in charge 

(See complete listing under Minneapolis.) 



LE ROY MOTION PICTURE 
PRODUCTION STUDIOS 

213 West 35th St., New York, N.Y. 

Phone: (212) LO 4-6793 

Date of Organization: 1939 

Branch: 1208 East Cliveden St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 191 19. Phone: (215) LI 8-6911 

Charles Roy, President 

Rita Ro\', Vice President 
Services: .Nhition pictures: travelogues, docu- 
mentary and promotional films, T\' films and 
commercials. Stills. Facilities: Cre;itive depart- 
ment, studios, laboratories, editing department. 
Complete film and sound equipment for stucho 
or location productions. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlties: Jamboree!; and 50//i Anni- 
versarq - Order of the Arrmv (National Coun- 
cil, Bov Scouts of America); P.C.T.S. (Phila. 
College of Textiles & Science); A Time to Cher- 
ish ((^lieslnnt Hill College); Journey into Great- 
ness (Drexel histitute of Technology); Round 
Robin Classic (Hal Babbitt Productions); The 
Real Mexico (Independent Productions). TV 
Commercials: Blue Bird Bridal Shoppe (Bak- 
er & Peller Advertising) . 

ARTHUR LODGE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

333 West 52na St., New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) JU 2.5477 

Date of Incorporation: 1953 

Arthur |. Lodge, Jr., President 
Services: Industrial, documentary, educational, 
sales training and newsfilm production. Facili- 
ties: Editing and filming equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion PicTniEs: This is NAM (National 
Assn. of Manufacturers); The Information Los.- 
jam (Telecommunications Industry); World of 
Apparel (American Apparel Mfti'S. Assn.); To 
Gife Us the Ansivers (American Institute of 
CPAs); The Tree Farm (American Forest Prod- 
ucts Industries). 

•(; This 18th Production Review hsts over 500 
specializing producers, principal film distribu- 
tors, go\'ernmcut a-v programs and writers. 



JAMES LOVE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

550 Fifth A^e., New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) JU 2-4633 
Date of Organization: 1952 
James A. Love, President 
Anne M. Love, Secretary 
Herbert R. Dietz, Vice-President 
Jack Safran, Laboratory Expediter 
Robert S. Cherin, Commercial Producer 

Ser\tces: Scripts, storyboards, motion pictures 
for television and industry; slidefilms; TV pack- 
age shows. Script and consultation. Facilities: 
Offices, cutting rooms, art department; mobile 
location unit. Studio, creati\e, tecfinical and pro- 
duction staff. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Hasbro Sales Film '67 (Has- 
bro Tovs). Slidefilm: Careers (Insurance In- 
foiTnation Institute). TV Commerclvls: for 
Topper Beer, Pace Deodorant, Bell Telephone, 
Hasbro Toys, Proctor & Gamble, Philadelpliia 
Savings Fmid Society, Funtastics. 

LUX-BRILL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

527 W. 45th St., New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) LT 1-2050 

Date of Organization: 1950 

Bernard Grossman, Production Supervisor 

Richard S. Dubelman, Producer & Director 

Herliert D. Brown. Editorial Dcpt. 

Anne L. Bauer, Office Manager 
Services: Live and or animated motion pictures 
and slidefilms; ideas, writing, stor\boards art 
direction. Sales promotions, training films, docu- 
mentaries. T\' commercials; editing and re-edit- 
ing compain- films; integration of film ;uid live 
TV; real- projection and process photography. 
Facilities: Anim;ition dept.. studio; location 
equipment; editing and screening rooms; record- 
ing studio; creati\e and technical staff. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Clinic for Transfusions 
(Childrens' Blood Foundation); TWA Tempo 
1966 (TWA); Great Moments (U.S. Army); 
Hallmark Presentation (Hallmark); C'.S. Dept. 
of Labor-State Emplotiment Guidance Films, 
Adoption (Foster Parents' Plan). TV Commer- 
cials: for Crystal Springs Water Co., National 
Biscuit Co., U.S. Armv, Alberto-Culver, Savarin 
Coffee Economics Lab. Empire Brushes, Tay- 
lor-Reed Corp., Menle\- & James, Steriing 
Di-ugs, General Foods Corp., Ro\al Des.serts, 
Crisco, Dash. Ivorv, (Procter & Camble), Vick 
Chemic;il. Tri-Point Industries, American Can 
Co. and others. 



LARRY MADISON PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Ill East 39th Street, New York, N.Y. 10016 

Phone: (212) 687-1890 

Date of Organization; 1962 

Lanv Madison. Presidrnt 

William Donati, Production Manager 

Robert Campbell. Writer-Composer 

Hal Bernard, Supervising, Editor 
Services: Producers of industrial, documentary, 
public relations, sales, education and TV films 
.and commercials. Facilities: Full production 
f;icilitii's. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: .aluminum (Alcan Aluminum 
Ltd.): Steel on the Rouge (Ford Motor Co.); 
The Farm (Remington Anns Co. Inc.); J/ie 
Last Frontier (Bureau of L.and Management). 
TV Commercials: for Reynolds Tobacco Co. 
(Wm. Estey). 



•i!V For year-around reference to specializing pro- 
ducers of business film tape media, use these 
detailed listings in the ISth Ainuud Production 
Review with their complete background data. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



HAROLD MANTELL INC. 

505 Eighth Eve., New York. New York 

Phone: (212) 549-5245 

Date of Organization; 1949 

Harold Mantell, President 

Marianne Mantell, Vice President 

Richard Ader, Sccretary-Treastirer 
Services: Production of motion pictures and 
sound slide films, and integrated text and in- 
structional materials. F.\cihties: Production fa- 
cilities and equipment for production of profes- 
sional 16 3.5mm motion pictures; screening 
room, studio, audio control room and editing 
rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictures; Miracle m OR-3 (Metrome- 
tlia Tele\ision); Thornton Wilder; Toddlers and 
Indians (National Educational Telesision); I 
-Am Pahio Xeruda (NBC International); Two 
Steps Forward (New York State). Slzdefilms: 
Life for the Giving (Metropolitan Life Insur- 
ance Co.); Point of Purchase (American Cancer 
Societ\ ). T\' CoM.\iERCi-\Ls; for New York State 
Health Dept. 

MARATHON INTERNATIONAL 
PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
10 East 49th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 688-1130 

Cable: Maratelvis Newjork Tele.v: 01-25398 
Date of Incorporation; 1948 
Branch: Studio Hamburg, Tonndorfer Haupt- 
strasse 90, 2 Hamburg-Wandsbek (70) 
Germany. Phone; 66881, Tele.x: 021 4218. 
Cable: Studio Hamhur". Ruediger Proske 
in charge. 
Konstantin Kaiser, President & Executive 

Producer 
Kenneth Baldwin, Exec. Vice-President; 

Supervisor of Production 
Donald H. Martin. Production Manager 
lim \\'oolle\-. Chief Editor 
Mirian Perlman, Accounts Dept. 
SEimcES; Public information films, worldwide 
news service, company newsreels, special events 
coverage for industrv'; film editing, commercials, 
stock shots. \'ideotape division; production, edit- 
ing, duplicating. Facilities: Complete 16mm 
and 3.5mm production, recording, interlock and 
editing facilities. Correspondent cameramen in 
the U.S.A. and all countries of the world. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.v PiCTiREs: Constant Miracle (Reddy 
Kilowatt; Images (German Information Cen- 
ter); The Way of a Ship (Volkswagenwerk); 
The Right Hand of Plenty ( \olk.swagen of 
Amenca); Springtime Visit (U.S.I..\.). 



Mattco Associates, Inc. 
18 W. 45th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) OX 7-2896 
Winston Sharpies, [r.. Musical Director 
(See complete listing under Chicago area) 



MAYSLES FILMS, INC. 

1697 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Phone: (212) JU 2-60.50 

Date of Organization: 1962 

David Maysles, Albert Maysles, 

Stanley Hirson, Directors-Producers 
Services: All services in connection with pro- 
duction of motion picture films. Facilities: 
Total production facilities include special per- 
sonallv' designed portable camera and sound 
cciuipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Picti lus: John Kenneth Calbrailh — 
Economics in the Urban Society (Chelsea House 
Publishers); Visit to An Old Territory (IBM); 
.\ Journey to Jerusalem with Leonard Bernstein 
(co-production with Filmvvavs, Inc.); Expcri- 
mertt on 114(/i Street (New York Citv Rent and 



MAYSLES FILMS INCORPORATED: 
Rehabilitation .Administration for OEO). T\' 
Spots: for 20tli Century Fox Studios. 

MRC FILMS 
(Division of McLaughlin Research Corp.) 
71 West 23rd St., .New York, N.Y. 10010 
Phone: (212) YU 9-1750 
Date of Organization; 1942 
Branch Office: 1110 Spring St., Silver Spring, 
.Md. Phone; (301) 585-7100 

C. H. McLaughlin, President 
O. C. RomanelU, Vice-Pre.iident 
Lawrence Mollot, Exec. Producer-Director 
John Newport, Writer 

Ramsev Togo, Writer 

Sol Potemkin, Cameraman 

Henrv Roger, Scientific Photographer 

Walter Hertz, Sales, X.Y. Office 

D. L. Whelchel, Sales, Washington Office 
W. E. Mc-Mahon, Technical Services 
Richard Fanizzi, Art Director, y.Y. 
Wayne Proctor, Art Director, Wa.'ihington 
Edward Sinnott, Scenic Art 

Guy Gilbert, Storyboard Artist 
Services; Production of motion pictures, film- 
strips, and recordings for TV industry and gov- 
ernment. Consultants to "iii-plant" film units, 
providing script, editing, animation, recording, 
and production completion services. F.acili-ties: 
Writers, directors, editors, and animation artists; 
30'.\40' sound stage with 16' ceihng. .Al.so spe- 
cialized scientific studio for micro, macro, and 
time-lapse photography. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictt-kes: How to Replace a Zipper 
(Talon); Hoiv to Set a Table (International Sil- 
ver); Ground Stations for Communication Satel- 
htes (Script) (General Telephone & Electron- 
ics); Teamwork Pays Dividends (Sylvania Elec- 
tronic Systems); Communication Tools for Man- 
agement (MRC). 



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Medical Dynamics, Inc. 
330 W. 5Stli St.. New York. N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) 765-3950 
(See complete data under Dynamic Films 
Inc. listing, this section ) 

MERCURY NEWSFILM, INC. 

501 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) PL 2-2224 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Benjamin S. Greenberg, President, Execulioe 
Producer 

David P. Evans, Vice President, Director of 
Sales 

Robert Rohiik. Vice President, Director of 
Public Relations 

Samuel Kravitt, Treasurer, Director of Cine- 
matography 

Suamne Holeton, Secretary, Adm. Director 
Services; Production and distribution of T\' 
Newsfilms and Cameos, silent and sound. Spe- 
cial assignments. F.ACiLi-riES: Editing, sound and 
lighting equipment; .\rrifle.\. .Auricon, Beaulieu, 
Kodak. Bolex and Eyemo cameras; animation 
and titling equipment; radio recording services; 
still photo services. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PicriHES: 7"/ii While blackboard 
(Eberhard Faber); Courrcnes-Dancins Fash- 
ions (DuPont); Sew Mumps Vaccine (Merck. 
Sharp & Dohme); 4-// Coiifcn/ioii '67 (General 
F(M)ds); Forest Hills Tennis (Campbell Soup); 
World Boy Scout Jamboree (Campbell Soup); 
Paris Air Sliow '67 (.Air France): Outdoor Cook- 
ing (American G.is Assn.): U.S. Pavilion Expo 
67 (Clairol): S.Y. Auto Show '67 (Renault). 

These Exclusive Revievw Reports Are 
o Copyrighted Business Screen Feoture 



METROVISION, INC. 

114 West 30th St., New York, N.Y. 10001 

Phone: (212) 524-6680 

Date of Organization: 1961 

lohn P. Hudak, President, Exec. Producer 

John Waiek, Secretary, Treasurer 

Carroll Owen, Public Relations, Writer 

Nicholas .Albano, Producer 

John Douglas, Production Manager 

Robert Hanlev', .Art Director 

.Andrew Ettinger, Producer 
Services; Motion pictures, filmstrips, slides for 
public relations, sales training, education, tele- 
vision, sales meetings. Specialized audio-visual 
consultant services. Facilities: Studios and of- 
fices equipped. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlhes; Today's Stock Market and 
Men /n White (.Metrovision); Associate Sursing 
Dearee (Kellogg Foundation). Slidefilms; In- 
dustry Welcome (Borough So. Plainfield, N.J.); 
Travel to Canada (Meredith Publishing Co.); 
U S Route to Peace ( United World Federal- 
ist); The Plan (Hospital Serv. Plan. N.J.); Pre- 
miums Sales (Nat'l Premium S.iles Exec. 
Assoc.); Building & Glass (Better Homes & Gar- 
dens ) . 

MOSS COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

270 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) 889-5233 

Date of Organ iz.iition: 1966 

Jack Moss, President 
Services; 16mm motion pictures, slidefilms, 
slides, and sales meetings for training, education, 
and motivation: ;md budget-service on-location 
svTic films. Fa( ILITIFS: Filming, editing and 
screening 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pic-tihe-s; Fantastic Journey (Sperrv- 
& Hutchin.soii Co.); 1968 PoiiU of Purchase; 
Simulated PCMl Sentinar; Bottler Interviews 
(Pepsi-Cola Co.); .Mds to the Handicapped 
(.AT&T). Slidefilms: How to Succeed in tlie 
Life In.surance Business Without Gambling; 
How to Succeed in the Life Insurance Business 
with Nickels & Dimes (Metropohtan Life In- 
.surance Co.); Fancy Stitches (Japan Trade Cen- 
ter); This Is Custombook (Custombook, Inc.). 
T\' Com.mercials: for Japan Trade Center. 



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MPO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
(A Subsidiary of MPO Videotronics) 

222 East 44th St.. New York. NY. 10017 

Phone: (2121 S67-8200 

Date of Org;mi/Jtion: 1947 

Branch Offices: Illinois: 528 N. Michigan 
.Ave.. Chicago. 6t16ll. Phone: (312) 527- 
3680. Bill B.iilev. Manager. California: 800 
N Seward, Hollvwootl. 90038. Phone: 
(213) HO 6-3341, Mel Delhir, Vice-Presi- 
dent. Manager 

Judd L. Polloik. Cliairman 

Arnold Kaiser. PresidetU 

\\illiain Susman. Excctitivv Vice President 
ami Secretary 

Marvin Rotlicnbcrg. Vice-Pre.tident 

Gerald Hirschficld. ASC. Vice-Pre.-idcnt 

Gustave Eisciim.ann. Vice-President 

llv Goldman. Vicr-PresidenI 

M.irshall Stone, Vice-President 

Morton Dubiii. Vic, -President 

Sanforvl Greenberg. Trra.«ir<r, VP 

lulius Barron, Comptroller 

Michael Cimino. Willi.im Claxton. Al De- 
Caprio. Ch.irles Dubin. Omiond C -' 
Burt Harris, Simon Hesera. Gerald li 
feld, Leonard Hirschfield, Joseph K, 
Martin Lancer, Murray Lemer, David 



18th PRODUCTION REVIEW 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

M P O PRODUCTIONS: 

Menahan, David Nagata, Julius Potocsny, 
Bob Reagan, Llo\d Ritter, Marvin Rothen- 
bei'S, Bert Spielvogel, Marshall Stone, Peter 
T\tla, Directors 

Hal ' Arden, Jose diDonato. Gusta\e Eisen- 
mann. Irwin Forster, Sheldon Friedman, 
Fred Grossinger, Kurt Lassen, Lewis Leh- 
man, Judd Pollock, Lloyd Ritter, William 
Susnian, Proihiccrs. 

Ralph Koch, Vice President, Optica Div. 

Paul Petroff, Director of Scenic Deaign 

Ton\ Brooke, Leonard Hirschfield, Stan Mere- 
dith, Owen Roizman, Directors of 
Photoffraplnj 

\\'alter Bartner, Julian Bergman, Bennet Can- 
arich, John Connolly, George Fineman, Dan 
Heiss, Harr\' Howard, Michael Kisver, Bob 
Lynch, Frank Madden, Barbara Mae, 
George Norris, San Omstein, Henry Pati- 
cotf, Eva Radney, Editors 

Erik Hazel, Color Qualify Control 

Enrique Bra\o, Ton\- Brooke, Francis Giirm- 
man, Gerald Hirschfeld, Leonard Hirsch- 
field, Stan Meredith, Larry Pall, Owen 
Roizman, Bert Spielvogel, Cameramen 

Tape Films Inc— Kenco 

Charles Ahto, General Manager 

Arthur Cofod, West Coast Mgr. 

Donald Greenberg, Production Manager 

Thomas Jones, Warehouse Branch Mgr. 

Dorothy Latimer, Accounting Mgr. 

Michael Ross, Editor 

Noel Schiff, Customer Service Mgr. 
Services: Complete production of motion pic- 
tures for sales promotion, training, public rela- 
tions and product demonstration. Fihned and 
videotape TV commercials. Distribution service 
to TV, stations, schools, etc. Film and hve pres- 
entations and stage shows for industry, closed 
circuit and li\e presentations for sales force 
and management meetings. Entertainment pack- 
aging for Ijanquets, meetings, etc. Communica- 
tions counseling. Facilities: (New York): 
Large self-contained studio center for sponsored 
films and videotaping; includes 9 sound stages 
with lighting, photographic, and sound equip- 
ment, make-up and dressing rooms, screening 
rooms, set construction shops, casting rooms, 
special effects shops; mobile units for on loca- 
tion photography; editing facilities, kitchens, 
paint shop, machine shop, recording studios; off- 
street ramps for loading. (Califoniia); Complete 
production facilities in the heart of the Holly- 
wood motion picture district including sound 
stages, lighting, shops, photographc and soiuid 
equipment, make-up and dressing rooms, etc. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti:iu;s: (and videotape productions) 
History of Tennis (Philip Morris); Michcloli on 
Trial (Anheuser-Busch); Container 40-28 
(United States Lines); The Reclaimers (Mined 
Land Conservation Conf. ); Armstrong Fiber- 
glass Tire (Armstrong Rubber Co.); A/u.v/cr- 
mindinn the Computer (Haskins & Sells); One 
Hundred Million Dollars A Day ( Federal Home 
Loan Bank Board); Sihcr (Amer. Smelting & 
Refining, Anaconda, Hecla Mining); Bob Con- 
sidine Reports Airlift Vietnam (American Air- 
lines); Coni^estive Heart Failure; Hi/perten- 
.<iion; Edema and Diuretics (Hoffman-LaRochc). 
Slidefilms: for .'\meric;ni Optimetric Assn. and 
G.P. Putnam & Sons. TV Commercials: for ]. 
Walter Thompson; Do>le, Dane Rernbach; Ted 
Bates; Leo Burnett; Lennen & Newell; Benton 
& Bowles; Wells Rich Green. 

MPO/ Repeater Projector Division 
461 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 

10016 
Phone: (212) S67-8200 
Don Woelfcl, General Managfir 



MULLER JORDAN AND HERRICK, INC. 

7.57 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) MU 8-6900 

Date of Organization: 195.5 

John T. Jordan, President 

\\illiam F. Herrick, Executive Vice-President, 
Charge of Audio-Visual Department 

Frank B. Nluller, Executive Vice-President & 
Treasurer 

Jolm D. Lind, Writer-Producer 

Ralph Nathan, Producer 

Edward Chasins, Director, Consumer Mktg. 

Mel Kalfus, Director-Research 

Frank Pistone, Audio-Visual Art Director 

Alex Palermo, Staging Director 

Stephanie Reit, Associate Producer 

Diane deStefano. Associate Producer 

Sall\ Storrs, Ca.^ting 

Alan Zwick, James Michelson, A-V Sales 
Sermces: Motion pictures, presentations and 
stage shows for industry; slidefilms and other 
audio-visual media. Service audio-visual print 
media and public relations accounts. Facili- 
ties: Staff writers, directors, art director, art 
facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion' Picrx'REs: 1967 Dealer Meeting, Man 
in Motion: 1968 Dealer Meeting, People Busi- 
ne.'is (Shell Oil); Home Sewing, Presentation 
(DonahueSales). LIVE SHOWS: Fashion Press 
Road Show (Clairol); January Sales Meeting, 
April Trade Show (Thom McAn); Si.v Little 
Fibers Went to Market, Sing a Song of Contract 
(Dow Badische); Notion Show, Sears, Donahue 
Traveling Show; Sears, Donahue Training Show 
(Donahue Sales); AAMA Dallas Show (Cel- 
anese). Slidefilms: Salesmen Presentation 
(Head Ski); Weatherall Presentation (Dow 
Badische); World Trade, Office Products, 1002 
Club Meeting (IBM); Media Presentation 
(Redbook); How to Buy A Sweater (]. C. Pen- 
ney); June Market (Owens-Corning Fiberglas); 
Your Next Order (Chemical Engineering); IRD 
Presentation (Brown Shoe); Printed Circuits 
(FMC); Poverty (National Council of 
Churches). Slide Present.^tions: Here and 
Noio (House Beautiful); Puma Presentation 
(Monsanto); When the Heat's On (Babcock & 
Wilco.x); Presentation of Expo 67 (Graphic 
Controls). TV Commercials: for Mobil Oil; 
Edison Electric Institute; Electric Heating Assn. 

OWEN MURPHY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

666 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) PL 7-8144 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Paid Cohen. President 

Eric H. Lawrence, Vice-Pres. in Chg. 
Editorial 

Ejnaiuiel Munos, Editorial 

Arthvu" Kaplan, Controller 
Services: Motion pictures for industry and tele- 
vision; complete production; scripts, cinematog- 
raphy, editorial, recording; live and animation. 
Special editorial sei'vice for industrial photo- 
graphic departments. Facilities: Full produc- 
tion facilities including 35mm and 16nmi cam- 
eras; lighting equipment; magnetic sound re- 
corders; mobile location unit; cutting rooms; 
recording room and insert stage. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Horizons Unlimited (Gen- 
eral Telephone & Electronics Inc.); Computer 
Grapliics (.American Teleplione & Telegraph 
Co. ) ; A States-man's Journey; Return to .America; 
Animal Doctor (U.S. Information Agency). 



NESTINGEN FILMS 

156 East 52nd Street, New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) PL 9-8260 
Date of Organization: 1957 
Don Nestingen, President 
P. Burke, Vice-President 



NESTINGEN FILMS: 

Dono\rtn Thesenga, Production Manager 

Hugh Schuck, Producer 
Services: 16 and .35mm motion pietvures for 
business and industry. Facilities: Cameras, 
lighting, st)und and editing equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Fountain Equipment Sales 
(Pepsi-Cola Co.); 1967 Convention (American 
Institute for Certified Public Accountants); The 
Second Decade of Direct Reduction (World 
Conference on Prereduced Ore); Tracivelding 
(Air Reduction Co.); Air Conditioning (ASH- 
RAE). 

New Dimension Films, Inc. 

71 West 35th St., New York, New York 

Bernard Mann, President 

(see complete listing under New Jersey) 

NFL Films, Inc. 
1 Rockefeller Plaza, Suite 791, New York, 

N.Y. 10020 
Phone: (212) 765-2050 
(See complete listing under Philadelphia, Pa.) 



Fred A. Niles Communications Centers, Inc. 
108 West End Avenue, New York, N.Y. 
Phone: (212) SUsquehanna 7-8770 

Charles Ticho, Vice President 

(See complete listing under Chicago area) 

H^hARI^tA NOWAK ASSOCIATES, INC. 

254 W est 54th St., New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) LT 1-3140 
Date of Organization: 1960 
Date of Incori^oration: 1966 
Amram Nowak, President 
Da\id Hoffman, Vice Pres.. Creative Director 
Robert Heller. Production Director 
Jerr\ Pantzer, Cameraman & Editor 
Sally Chaney, Production Manager 
Services: Producer of docvnnentary motion pic- 
tures and public service TV spots for health, 
social welfare, religious and educational agen- 
cies. Facilities: Editorial rooms, insert stage, 
animation, screening room, executive offices. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picttres: A Song of Aitliur (Metro- 
politan Life Insurance Co. ) : The Elusive En- 
emy (National Tuberculosis As.sociation); The 
Trouble with Eddie Barnes ( United Community 
Funds and Councils); Quarry; Alix's Antiques; 
Contradancing (U.S. Information Agency); A 
Day with Tim Page (Nowak Associates); A 
Simjile Cup of Tea (Agency for International 
Development); World Within Our Reach (Uni- 
tarian Universalist C^hurch); Target: Occtipa- 
tional Therapy; A Way of Life (American Oc- 
cupational Therapy .Association). TV Spots 
(public service): for National Conference of 
Christians and Jews, National .Association of 
Social Workers, Save the Children Federation, 
lunior Achievement, Big Brothers of America. 
T\' Commercials: for Bell Telephone Co. (N. 
W. .Aver & Son ) . 



Walter G. O'Conner Company 
320 E. 52nd St., New York, N.Y. 
Phone: (212) 753-3042 
George A. McNulty, Jr. 
(See complete listing under Pennsxlvania) 



n«j this symbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in this 18th Production Review issue. 



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PANEL FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

535 Fifth Avenue #(J11. New York, NT. 

10017 
Phone: (212) MU 2-8755 
Date of IncDrporation: 1959 
Henry E. Knaup, President 
Catherine Knaup, Vice-President 
Alice Marzano, Secretury & Treasurer 
Michael D. Rosenthal. Executive Producer 
Alan E. Skog, Assoeiati' Producer 
Richard Paul Stem, Production Asst. 
Gar>' Borresen, Editorial 

Services: Motion pictures, filmstrips and slides, 
specializine in television test commercials. Fa- 
cilities: Studio and location photograph\', edi- 
torial, sound recording, music and effects li- 
brari-. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictl-res: for Pan .\nierican Airways 
(2); .American Cvanamid; .American Telephone 
& Telegraph Co. T\" CoMMEnci-4LS: for Colgate 
(5); General Foods (6); Jergens (6); and 
Proctor and Gamble ( 5 ) . 

PECKHAM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

9 East 4Stli Street. New York. N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) PL S-0490 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Tohn L. Peckham, President 

Harvex Vale Gross. Vice-President 

Peter H. Peckham. Secretaru-Treasurer 

Tom Detienne. Director oj Sales 

Hoyt Griffith. Editoral Director 
Services: 16'.35mm films and slidefilms— busi- 
ness, industrial, government. T\' sales promo- 
tion, public relations, theatrical, documentary, 
educational, scientific. Commercials, programs 
for T\' in color and b&w: sales training, sales, 
advertising films. F.\cilities: Creative, produc- 
tion and editorial depts.; .Arriflex cameras: also 
Techniscope camera. 1 6 'Somni animation cam- 
era; s\nc sound recording equipment; complete 
3.5mm transfer & mi.\ facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pk-tihes: Xird for Decision: The Dis- 
coverers (Union Carbnle Corp.); Best for Be- 
ginners; IBM Siisfcm/360 (IBM); A Time and 
A Place (.Avon Products); The Vaht in Sha- 
dows (EI. duPnnt dp Nemours & Co.); The 
Reasons Why ( Stokely-\'an Camp). 

PELICAN FILMS, INC. 
292 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone (212) OR 9-0670 
Date of Organization: 1954 
Branch Offices: Illinois: 410 N. Michigan 
Ave., Chicago. Phone: (312) 3.37-8116. 
Max Pride. Producer. Michig.an: New Cen- 
ter nidg.. Detroit. Phone: (313) 871-4200. 
Ed Henry. Jr., Producer. California: Pelicin 
Films of California, Inc. 1777 North Vine. 
Hollvwood. Phone: (213) 469-.5821. Tom 
.Anderson. Executive Producer. 
Thomas J. Duiiford. President 
Arthur J. Zander. Vice-President/ 

Secrctanj 'Trea-furer 
Marc T. Statler. Vice-President! 
Executive Producer. Director 
S. W'ilham .Aronson, Vice-President, Sales 
Chris Eaton, Director 
Thomas .A, .Anderson, Executive Producer 
Lars Colonius, Vice Pre.iident/Director 
Max Pride, Producer IChicaRo) 
Ed Henry, Producer (Detroit) 
Ruth Gench, Production Manazer 
James Wc-.m. Production Manager 
Bengt Sominerschield, Senior Editor 
Jerr\' Kaufman, Director Cameraman 
David Reisman, General Production Manager 



PELICAN FILMS INCORPORATED: 
.Arthur Jacks. Production Manafitr 
Jack Daniels, Sales Representative 
Sam Sperber. Sales Repre.ienlative 
Bob Gold, Print Service Manager 
jack Farfel, Controller 
Services: Animation and live action motion pic- 
tures for T\' commercials, public relations, sales 
promotion, training and education. F.^cilities: 
FulK staffed and equipped animation studio 
(three Oxberrx- stands), editing, screening 
(3.5mm and 16mm). fully staffed and equipped 
live-action stages (85' x 90' and 60' x 120'). 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picttbes: Droit Me A Telephone 
(Western Electric): \\'in«.v for the Fleet; Tlie 
\avii Motion Picture Proaram (U.S. Navy); 
Kitchen Karnival (Shurfine Foods); Begin at 
the End (U.S. Steel). 

PCS FILM PRODUCTIONS 

12 E. 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) OX 7-2765 

Date of Organization: 1962 

Gerald J. Multer. President 

Joseph Block. Vice President-Exec. Producer 

.Alvin .\1. Roselin. Vice President 

Peter Greenhill. Ray Salo, Anita Cinnamon, 

Account Executives 
Wends Friedman, Production Asst. 
W'illa -Armstrong. Script Editor 
Jim Bolles, Art Director 

Services: Production of television films for 
news, feature and women's programming. Also 
sales, training and educational films. Filmstrips, 
slide programs with special audio effects. Euro- 
pean facilities for fashion photographs'. Special 
facilities (or developing T\' films for the promo- 
tion of T\' specials and series. F.\cii.ities: Com- 
plete writing and research staff. Screening, con- 
ference rooms, motion picture and still photog- 
raphs'. Distribution facilities for television pro- 
grammers; nesvs sports, ssomen's. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pk tlres: GoI Show: Romp (Pepsi 
Cola & Frito-Lay Inc.); Truci/ by the Sea (West 
Point Pepperell, Inc); International Designers 
(J. C;. Pennes- Co.); Paris Fashion Shows 
(Celane.se Corp.); Flip of .A Vacation (Mobil 
Oil); S'ew Aid for the Blind (IBM). Slidefilm: 
The Colonists Had A Word for It (Ethan Allen 
Furniture) . 



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PGl PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

25 East 26th St., Ness York, N.Y, 

Pho.ic: (212) SS9-3.500 

Henrs' Trcttin. President 

Alfred M. X'iola. Executive Vice-President & 

Producer/Director 
Anthons' J. Ciccolini, Vice-President 
Kasmond Lofaro, Vice-President Sales Mgr. 
Jack Goldsmith. Vice-President Creative Dir. 

Services: Industrial, educational films, and tele- 
s'ision films. F.scilities: for inteni.itional pro- 
duction through associates in Rome, London and 
Tokyo. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
T\' Commerci.\ls: for .American Gas Institute 
(J. Walter Thompson); Pan .Amcric-an World 
.Airwavs (J. Walter Thompson); Wcstinghouse 
(McCann-Erick.son); True Cigarettes (Foote, 
Cone & Belding) . 



PICTURE HOUSE 
2000 Longfellow Asc., East Meadosv, 

Ness' York 
Phone: (516) IV 6-5180 
Date of Organization: 1955 
Fidelis Blunk. President, in charge of 
Production 

Jean Rigo, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Production of motion pictures for ed- 
ucation. industr\', advertising and public rela- 
tions. F.\cilities: Personnel and equipment for 
16 35mm production: location or .studio. Editing 
department, animation facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picttre: The Laborers in the Vineyard 
(Wartburg Lutheran Home for the .Aging). 
Only title submitted. 

PITTARO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

P.O. Box 42S. Sla. C. Flushing, N.Y. 11367 

Phone: (2121 835-6810 

Date of Organiziitioii: 1965 

Ernest M. Pittaro. President 

Dolores Pittaro. Secretary 
Services: 35. 16mm motion picture and film- 
strips for T\" and non-theatrical purposes; spe- 
cial effects, trick cinematography, stop motion, 
animation. F,\cii-ities: Live-action stage, spe- 
ci.ilK -modified equipment for stop-motion & 
trick svork. .Animation stand, fixtures for unusual 
effects. Tss'o .35 and 16mm cameras. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pi< ti hes: Seeing: Touch: Hearing: Ca- 
nadian Mining (Eye Gate Hou.se. Inc.). T\' 
CoMMKRCiAUS: for Puffs ( Dancer-Fitzgcrald- 
Sainple Inc.). 

THE PLACE FOR FILM-MAKING, INC. 

47 E. 44th Street. New York. N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 686-6922 

Date of Organization: 1966 

Joseph Lenier. President. Producer-Director 

Geraldine Lerner. Film Editor 

Gars' J. Steinberg, Production .A.wf. 
Services: 16'35mm motion oicturcs and crea- 
tise services. FACiLmKs: Editing rooms, com- 
plement of specially-designed 35/ 16mm cam- 
era equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
T\' ( oxixii iirnis: for Sealtest. .\cro Sh,ave. 
Eass-Off Household Cleaner, Reynolds Tobac- 
co and Niibi.sco. 



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^ Duplication of this list for aTiv purpose is ex- 
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of the publishers of Business Screen Magazines. 
Inc. This list is keyed so that mailing use svill be 
immediatelv detected. Its content is an exclusive 
feature of this publication, gleaned from months 
of editorial research bv Editors of this Reviesv. 



PORT-A-FILMS PRESENTATIONS, INC. 

422 Madisnn Ase.. Nisn York. NY. 10017 

Phone: (212) 247-0335 

Dale of Org.Auization: 1963 

Hal WeiniT. President 

Charles Woodniff. V. P., Production 

leff NVss-man. V.P.. Sales 

Gladvs Freudniann, Productiim Adm. 
Servicf-S: Production and dislributinn of Super 
Snmi sales, training presentations: manufacturer 
of Port-.i-Films' Presentations Programmed In- 
struclor. Facilitiks; Production, editing and 
printing of motion pictures for distribution in 
Supcr-S. 

Motion Pictires: Self-Paccd Traininz (Super 
8) (scries of fise training films for IBM Office 
Products. Inc.): Brllman Training (Locsv,? 
Hotels): Wrdgewood China (Sperling and 
and Schwartz). 

• Look to these detailed reference listings for 
the facts to help make a resuUful bnynng deci- 
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NEWYORK PRODUCERS 

PRODUCING ARTISTS, INC. 

17 East 45th Street, New York, N.Y. 

Phone: (212) 661-2131 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Robert McCahon, President/Director 

Andrew C. Do\'le. Vicc-Prcsident/Director 

Michael Minerva, Editor 

Greg Zilboorg, Cameraman 
Services: 16 35mm motion pictures; \ideotape, 
TV films and commercials. Facilities: sound 
stage at 537 W. 59th St., New York City; edit- 
ing facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV Commercials: Ford 1968 Announcements 
(I. Walter Thompson Co.); for R.C.A.; Bryl- 
cream and Underwood (Kenyon & Eckhardt); 
Crest. Maxwell House (Benton & Bowles); 
Rambler (Wells, Riche, Greene); Skin Mist 
(William Esty); Duz, Downy (Grey Advtg.). 

PRODUCTION CENTER, INC. 

221 W. 26th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) OR 5-2211 

Date of Incoi-poration: 1955 

Himan Brown, President 
Services: 16/35mm motion pictures for theatri- 
cal and television use. Documentaries, TV com- 
mercials and sales presentations. Facilities; 
Stages in New York City— with 35/16inm equip- 
ment for filming, lecording and editing. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The C'.oldcn Flame (Federa- 
tion .)f Jewish Philanthiopies); If I Forget Thee, 
O J.rusalem (United Jewish Appeal); What 
of Tomorrow (Hebrew Union College). 

DAVID QUAID PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Ill E. 39th St., New York, N.Y. 10016 

Phone: (212) 6S7-1890 

Date of Organization: 1968 

Da\id L. Quaid, President 
Services: Producer of industrial, documentary, 
public relations, sales, education and TV films 
and commercials. Facilities: Full production 
facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Newl\' formed compan\ . 



CARL RAGSDALE ASSOCIATES, INC. 

318 East 45th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) S89-6575 

(see listing Sun Dial Films this section) 

THE RANK ORGANISATION 

(Short Films Group) 

444 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 

Eugene Kaufman, in charge. 

(see listing under London, England) 

ROBERT YARNALL RICHIE PRODS., INC. 

330 E. 40th St., .New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) MO 1-1380 

Date of Organization: 1948 

Branch: West Northwest Highway, Dallas, 
Texas 75225. Phone: (214) EM 3-1292 
(Preston Tower) 

Robert Yarnall Richie, President 

\' . O. Riciiie, Serretani-T reasiirer 

Gilda T. (iold, V. P. Chfi. Production 
Services: Motion pictures for TV, industrial, 
documentary, 35 & 16mm b&w and color; slide- 
motion; filmstrips; scripts and story board treat- 
ments. Specialists in still photographv. Facili- 
ties: Self-equipped for all phases of motion pic- 
lure photography; employing Mitchell cameras, 



ROBERT YARNELL RICHIE PRODUCTIONS: 

Magnas>nc sound on location; shooting staff for 
sets and special effects. Lighting for large in- 
dustrial interiors. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: New Directions in Modern 
Railroadina (Association of American Rail- 
roads); Man from Air Express (Air Express); 
The Trans-Andean Pipe Line: Lone Star Gas 
(Texaco Inc.); title undetennined (Collins Ra- 
dio Coip. ) . 

RMA, INCORPORATED 

117 East 30th St., New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) LE 2-7083 
Date of Organization: 1953 
Rene J. Mechin, Jr., President 
Willi.Tm J. Ai'mstrong, Art Director 
Brian M. McFadden, Sales Manager 
Services: TV graphics, commercials; industrial 
motion pictures; slide and slidefilm presenta- 
tions. F.4CILITIES: Creati\e department; art and 
photo studio. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picture: Television Lately? (Sterling 
International). Slidefilms: Data; A.S.F.LA. 
(Bartell, Inc. for AT&T); Appliances (Family 
Circle); 20001 (McCall's). 



ROSE-MAGWOOD PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1414 Avenue of the Americas, New York, 

N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) PL 1-7000 
Date of Incoiporation: FebiTiary, 1962 
Branches: RMP Productions of California, 948 
N. Cahuenga, Holhwood, Calif. 90038. 
Phone: (213) 466-8561. RMP Productions 
of Chicago, 203 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago. 
111. Phone: (312) 372-8683. William Al- 
then, £.v. in charge: RMP Ltd., 233 Jarvis 
St., Toronto, Canada. Phone: (416) 366- 
7917. Zale Magder, Ex. in charge: RMP 
(U.K.) Ltd. 35 Curzon St., London, W. 1, 
England. Phone: 493-5773. Robert J. 
Kingsley. Ex. in charge. 
Howard T. Magwood, President-Producer / 

Director 
James Rose, Exec. Vice President 
Robert J. Rubin. VP General Manager 
David Schemierhorn, VP Production Manager 
Kenneth 13iake, VP Sales 
Lawrence F. Dohen\-, Nat Eisenberg, Joseph 

Scanlon, Producer Directors 
Ernesto Caparros, VP Director of Photog- 

rapht/ 
Peter Stingli, Supervising Editor 
Leon Romaner, Comptroller 
Richard .Mabli, Head, Print, Dept. 
Services: Production of TV spots, business in- 
dustrial, sales and training films. Facilities: 
Offices, studios, editorial and distribution facili- 
ties in N.Y'.C; branches in Los Angeles, Chi- 
cago, Toronto, and London. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Athabasca (Sun Oil Co.). 
TV Commercials: for Hi-C Fniit Drink (Mar- 
schalk); Chase Manbatt;m Bank (Ted Bates); 
Action for Transportation in New Y'ork, Inc.; 
Gillette; Alka-Seltzer (Jack Tinker); Scotchgard 
(Young & Rubicam); Genesee Beer (Wm. 
Esty); Monsanto Acrylan Carpets; Cracker Jacks 
(Dovle Diiue Bernbach); Accent (Needham, 
Harper & Steers); Airlines (Leo Burnett); other 
national advertising agencies for national and 
local ad\'ertiseis. 

Louis de Rochemont Associates Inc. 
IS E. 48th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: PL 5-9710 

(See complete listing under London, England) 



ROSSMORE PRODUCTIONS 
AND SELLING METHODS, INC. 

51 East 42nd Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 682-3625 
Date of Organization: May, 1959 
Anne Koller, Producer 
M. G. Baas, Creative Director 
Gustave Hesse, Production Manager 
Services: sales promotion, consultation creation 
and production of live shows, motion pictui'es, 
sound slidefilms. F.^cilities: for research, de- 
velopment and creative only. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: The Pageant of Britain; Wings 
Over Africa: Trea.mres of the Orient; Hong 
Kong! (British Overseas Airways); The Drug 
Neics Stonj (Drug News Weekly). 

Ross Roy of New York 

500 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10035 
Phone: (212) 565-3200 
William A. Walker, President 

E. ]. Gardner, Executive Vice President 

F. Henry Larson, Sr. Vice President & 
Acct. Exec. 

(See listing in Detroit, Mich, area) 

KEN SACO ASSOCIATES, INC. 

777 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 688-2015 

Date of Organization: 1957 

Ken Saco, President 

Curt Lowey, Executive Art Director 
Services: Design, create and supervise produc- 
tion of films, filmstrips and slide presentations. 
Facilities: Design studio. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: LSP ( .Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
Television): Evolution of A Manag,ement In- 
formation St/.<item (IBM). Slidefilms: Koda- 
school '67 (Eastman Kodak Co.); First Five 
Years (St. Regis Paper Co.); Memorabilitij (For- 
tune Magazine). 

SAVAGE FRIEDMAN, INC. 

151 E. 50th St.. New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) PL 3-5900 

Date of Organization: 1965 

Harold Friedman, President. Exec. Producer 

Lee Savage, V. P., Creative Director 
Services: Television commercials, films and 
motion pictures. F.\crLiTiES: Shidio, screening 
room and editorial tlepartment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV Commercials: for AT&T (N.W. Ayer & 
Son); Nabisco (McCann, Erickson); Vick 
Chemical Co. (Benton & Bowles); Pepto-Bismol 
(Benton & Bowles). 

SCREEN PROJECTS, INCORPORATED 

880 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) MU 8-5255 

Date of Incoiporation: 1965 

William Noyes, President 
Services: Motion picture, filmstrip and slide 
presentations for iiuhistr\ and T\'. Facilities: 
Facilities a\ailablc for location or studio photog- 
raph\' and sound lecortliiig. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Last Island (Nature 
Conservencv): This Is Ford Countri/ (Metro 
Transit Adv.): WOR-TV Sports Promotion Spots 
(WOR-T\', New York). Slidefilms: The Case 
for International Media (Newsweek Interna- 
tional); Lawrence Welk Sweepsfahes (Bristol 
Myers ) . 

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SENECA PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

8 E. 48th St., New York, X.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) PL 8-4141 

Date of Organization: 1968 

(absorbed Seneca Prods. Inc.) 

Robert Gaffne>', President 
Services: Industrial, television and feature mo- 
tion pictures; special capabilities in 70mm ex- 
hibition films. F.\ciLiTiES: exclusive U.S. rights 
to .M C S 70nim cameras; editing, sound li- 
brar\-, recording, casting. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictures: .A Bridac to the Moon (Xat'l 
Aeronautic & Space Adm ) : Tower .Allied Chem- 
ical); Occanoaraphij— Science for Survival (U.S. 
\av\): Atomic Power— Service With Safety 
(.Atomic Industrial Forum); Troublemaker 
( tlie:ihical feature release); Motion camera 
sequences for E.\po 67 feature (Canadian Na- 
tional R;iiK\ays); Fortress of Peace; 2nd unit 
photi>grai)hv on Stanle\- Kubrick's 70mm fea- 
ture, 2,001— .A Space Oddcsey. TV Commer- 
CMLS: (via .Seneca III. joint venture): for KLM 
Airlines (Ogilvy & Mather); Eastern .Airlines 
(Young & Rubicam); National Airlines (Papert, 
Koening, Lois, Inc.). 

SHOW ASSOCIATES INC. 

1.50 \\est .5.5th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phones: (212) 581-5420 

Date of Organization: 1963 

Rodne\- C. Chalk, President 

Stan LoPresto, Vice-President 

Sidnev Eagle, Secretary-Treasurer 

Sandra Honi. 
Services: Production of theatrical, training, T\', 
industrial ;nid public relations films; still pic- 
tures, slide and filmstrip productions. Facili- 
ties; 35 I6mm color, b&w; still photography 
4x5, 120, 35mm. Equipment includes Auricon, 
Arriflex, Bolex. .\agra. Linhof, Rollei, Nikon. 
Location shooting, also underwater, aerial and 
microphotography. Studio and screening room. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTiox Pictures: Mexico Lost, Mexico Found; 
Fiesta Tapatia; Sea of Cortez; El Dorado Ocste 
(Aerona\es de Mexico); World in Your Kitchen 
11: Far Eastern Cuisine (Coming Glass 
Works); The Melting Pot; Gold Medal (Camp- 
bell's Soup). 

SKYLINE FILMS, INC. 
501 Fifth Ave.. New York, N.Y. I00I7 
Phone: (212) 9S6-1737 
Date of Incorporation: 1963 
Joseph F. McDonough, President 
Da\id Saperstein, Vice-President 
Charles S. Adoniey, Vice-President 
Joseph Adler, Sales 

Sirs, Wanda Rotz, Editorial Supervisor 
Jeanctte Kovba, Production Services 

Services: Motion pictures, television commer- 
cials, slidefilms and all areas of business com- 
munication including grapliics. Facilities: E.\- 
ecutive production offices; screening, editing; 
art and graphics department. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Profit Eaters (Geigy Chem- 
ical Co.); Ric Cap (American Flange); Over- 
ture to Tomorroic; Piepe Dreams Come True; 
Systemx Concepts at Duqucsnc; Missing Link 
(Hcwitt-Robbins. Div. of Litton); Principles of 
Data Taking; Bridge from Funnel to Data (Con- 
necticut Gen. Insurance); Teacher Simulation 
(SRA ni\., Ili.M); Premiums (AMF Premium 
Div.); Mosler Multiplex System; Alarm Sys- 
tems (Mosler S.ife Co.); Slidefilms: Cruick- 
shank Teaching Program (SRA Div.. IBM); 
Chute Detailing Guide (llewitt-Robbins, Div. 
of Litton). 'W Commercials: Hey Lover, Lit- 
mus Test and Ground Coffee (Bordon Co./ 



SKYLINE FILMS INCORPORATED: 

Ross Roy, N.Y.); Circus— Refrigerator -Air Con- 
ditioner "Cowboy" ( W'estinghouse Int'l); MGB- 
GT Anniversary Special (British Motors Co./ 
Reach, McChnton); Man in Hospital (Pruden- 
tial Life Insurance/ Reach, McClinton); Tiger 
& Club (Esso/McCann Erickson); Adoption, 
Contribution and Foster Homes (Children's Aid 
Societv). 

STEEG PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

701 Se\"enth .\\'e.. New York. New York 
10036 

Phone: (212) LT 1-S470 

Date of Incorporation; 1960 

Ted Steeg, President 

Peter Funk, Executive Producer 

Da\ id Gordon, Director of Sales 

Willi:uu Boal, Producer/Director 

Joanne Kaminskv', Secretary/Treasurer 

Michael C;lyn, Director/ Editor 

lohn Schinerling, Chief Editor 

Bert Salzman, Production Manager 

Robert Hutcliinson, Prod. Mgr. (West Coast) 

Robin MacDonald, Production Supervisor 
Services: Producers of motion pictures, fihn- 
strips and presentations for television, business 
education and government. Facilities: Offices, 
conference rooms, screening rooms, editing 
rooms, .and production facilities and equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Pow Wow Xow (Yardley of 
London. Inc.); Consumer Dialogues (Family 
Circle Magazine); Pittsburg; Mass Into Energy 
(Westinghouse); Solution TvB (Television Bu- 
reau of Advertising ) ; GO-Go France ( French 
Government Tourist Office); The Builders 
(Newsweek Magazine); Challenge (Business 
\\'eek Magazine); Precision: BE\L\ Presenta- 
tions: .A Little Bit Better; The Only Way to Go; 
Service (IBM Corp.); Film on Films (McGraw- 
Hill); Buttonwood Day (New York Stock Ex- 
ch.ange); The World of Tea (Nestle's); Coffee 
House Rendezvous (National Coffee .Assn.); 
Competitive Edge (J. Walter Thompson): The 
House that Jack . . . and Eddie . . . and Paul 
Built (United World Fihns). Slidefilms; .\/(«/ 
oil Ilis Boots . . . Management on His Mind 
(Buttenheim Pubhcations); Beer Presentations: 
1967 (Life Magazine); Hole in the Head (Mc- 
Gntw-Hill); Visual Fable (E;istman Kod;ik): 
Health Insurance (Prudential Life Insurance); 
Directory Listing Accuracy (.A.T.&T.); Design. 
In.ttallation-Maintenance ( Electrical Constnic- 
tion & Maintenance). T\' I>xruMENT.\RV: The 
World of Paul Taylor (Harris Communications 
Corp.). T\' Commercials: for Gimbels (Lando, 
Inc.). 

SIDNEY J STIBER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
134 E. 2Sth St.. New York, N.Y. lOOlfi 
Phone: (212) MU .5-.55ir> 
Date of Organization: 1954 
Sidnev ]. Stiber. President 
Charlotte R. Stiber. Vice President 
Harold Seidon. Cine mat ographcr 
Michael Wilson, Production Mgr. 
.Antoinc Ainant, Traffic 

Services: T\' commercials, induslri.nl films, 
government films, public relations films. Fa- 
cilities: Complete motion picture .sound stage, 
editing. pro<luclioii f;icilili('S, 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: In the Hands of Profes- 
sionals; Satellite Communicalions; (Pan .Am); 
Demba in .\elion (.Alc.in). Slidefilms: (The 
Airline Pilot (FSI). T\' Commerciais: for 
Hasbro toys ( Fletcher-Richards V 

^^ this .svmbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in this 18th Production Review issue. 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 



HENRY STRAUSS & CO., INC. 

31 West 53rd St., New York. N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) PLaza 7-0651 

Date of Organization: 1951 

Henrv Strauss, President, Executive Producer 

Robert Wilmot, Vice-Pre.'iident, Producer 

Marvin Drevcr, Producer 

W alter Rothschild, Production Manager 

\\ illiain Hagens, Vice-President, Training 

Mar\- Lvnn Hanley, Distribution 
Services: Internal and external communications, 
including public and employe attitude develop- 
ment; education, sales training: sales promotion; 
community, customer and industrial relations; 
management and staff training, through pro- 
grammed motion pictures (excluding T\' com- 
mercials). Semi-animated and slidefilms, train- 
ing courses and guides; printed and recorded 
material: other coordinated audio-visual tools. 
Facilities: .All necessarv' for research, planning, 
programming and the creation and production 
of these media. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictukes: Africa — Ea-ft and West (Pan 
-American World .Airways); .A( My Age (U.S. 
Emploviuent Service); .A Straight Pitch (Ameri- 
can Telephone & Telegraph Co.); From M'here 
I Sit (U.S. State Department); In A Dia- 
mond's Glow (DeBeers). 



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STURGIS-GRANT PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

328 East 44th Street. New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 689-4994 

Diite of Organization; 1948 

Warren Sturgis, President 

Benedict Magnes, Vice-President & 
General Manager 

Wvnne S. Eastman, Associate Medical 
Producer 

William T. Moeller, Production Supervisor 
& Chief Cameraman 

Orestes Calpini, Art Director & Animator 

Charles E. Dutchess, M.D.. Medical 
Considlant 
Servic:hs; EducatiouiJ, industrial ;md documen- 
tarv- films and filinstrips; special emphasis on 
medicine, health and science; animation of all 
tvpcs, scripts and storvboards; T\' commer- 
cials; demonstration films; foreign language 
adaptations: service work; Cinegraphic exhibits. 
Faciitie-S: Mitchell and .Arriflex 16 35min c.im- 
eras; special timelapse. cinephotomicrographic. 
and endosa>pic camera equipment; two 16 35- 
mm Oxberrv animation cameras and stands, full 
art studio; somid stage, sets; recording, editing 
facilities, 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PicTnu'_s: Cholecystectomy & Chole- 
dochotomy (Frank Glenn M.D.); The Critical 
Balance (Pfizer Latxiralorics); Cystic Fibrosis 
(Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation); Dis- 
posable Drapes (Johnson & Johnson); Emer- 
gency Care of the Iniured Patient (parts I and 
II) (Johns Hopkins Hospil.il); Esso Film Series 
#3 (Esso Chemical Co.); Functional Anatomy 
of the Mitral Valve (.Amcric-m Heart A.ssn.); 
Grand Mai Epilrpst/ (.Ayerst Laboratories); 
Sew Concepts in Psychiatric Management: Su- 
trilional Therapy (E.R. Squibb & Sons); Teach- 
ing Adults (Lutheran Church in .America); 
t'frriiic Cancer (.American Cancer Society). 

.Ml The Fact.s You Need to Know 

V. Concise, accurate data on film production 
sources throughout the world appcirs in these 
pages. The buyer is invited to preview current 
productions made by these listed companies. 



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NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

JOHN J. SUGHRUE & CO., INC. 

330 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 661-8585 

Date of Organization: 196.5 

Date of Incorporation: 1965 

John |. Sughnie, Exec. Producer-Director 

Francis X. Maguire, Vice President 

Finnbarr Harvey, Producer 

Kathleen McCartney, Associate Producer 

Wilham Birch, Director of Photography 

Marion Evans, Director of Musical 
Productions 

Aram Boyajian, Supervising. Film Editor 

Shirley Goldberg, Office Manager 
Services: Motion picture production from con- 
ception and design tlirough all production func- 
tions, including original nuisic and editing. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

MoTiox Pictures: for New York State; Ana- 
conda Wire and Cable Co.; Printing Corp. of 
America; Kinney-National Services; Consoh- 
dated Edison Co. of New York and others. 



SUN DIAL FILMS, INC. 

318 East 45th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 889-6575 

Date of Incorporation: 1944 

Branch Offices; Sun Dial Films, Inc. 1100 
22nd St., NW, Wasliington, D.C. 20037. 
Phone: (202) 223-1262; David C. Fuell- 
hart, Exec. Producer in Charge. 
Sun Dial Films, Inc., 16036 Tupper St., 
Sepulveda, Calif. 91343. Phone: (213) 
894-6291; Frank Couglilan, Exec. Producer 
in Charge. 

Carl V. Ragsdale, President 
Hardy Glenn, V.P. & Exec. Producer 
Tom Carroll, Jr., W riter-Dircetor 
Donald B. MacLeod, Production Manager 
David Askling, Executive Producer 
Philhp Santry, Animation Director 
David Donovan, Head, Editorial Dept. 
Sylvia Boden, Comptroller 

Sern'ices: Motion pictures and slidefilms for in- 
dustry, government, trade associations, advertis- 
ing agencies and pubhc relations firms. Com- 
plete services from script to screen. Facilities: 
Offices, screening and editing rooms; complete 
production facihties including extensive tech- 
nical animation staff. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: While I Run this Race (Of- 
fice of Economic Opportunity); Dash (8 films, 
Gyrodyne Corp. of America); Capabilities 
(Thiokol Chemical Corp.); Sfar / and Star II 
(General Dynamics Corp.); Generators (U.S. 
Army); Profile of Sea Power; Traditions Old 
and New; The Sea is a Special Place; The Navii 
Advisor in Vietnam; The Small Boat Navij; The 
Submariners (U.S. Navy); Versatile Avionic 
Shop Test System (PRD Electronics). 



Tap ex 

305 E. 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) OX 7-6655 

(See listing of Filmex, Inc. this section) 

Tapex Express 
300 East 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (213) OX 7-6655 
Ben Rachlis, Executive in charge 
(See hsting of Filmex, Inc. this section) 



TELIC, INC./TELIC PRODUCTIONS 

630 Ninth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) 582-3480 

Date of Incorporation: 1956 

Ehvood Siegel, President, Executive Director 

Edward F. Boughton, Vice-Pres., Exec. Prod. 

Philip F. Brennan, Production Manager 

Michael J. Sakara, Asst. Program 

Development 
Stuart M. Brooks, Production Coordinator 
Willie Bass, Construction & Maintenance 
Nancy Dean Conrad, Office Manager 
Sarah R. Stein, Secretary 

Services: Motion picture designers and produc- 
ers; audiovisual program consultants. Script-to- 
screen service for business, industry, agriculture, 
education, go\emment & TV. Maximum security 
project department; live action and/or anima- 
tion. Maximum security project dept. Speciahsts 
in application of 8mm projector teclmiques in 
marketing and education. Writers, directors, 
cameramen, soundmen and editors for "in plant" 
co-production assignment. Facilities: for 35/ 
16mm color and b&w production; offices and 
studio: electrical, grip, prop equipment, car- 
pentry shop; recording studio; screening, edi- 
torial and conference rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Rv for Hydraulics Cost Con- 
trol; Gear Lubrication; Infra-Red Oil Analysis; 
Rust Prevention (Mobil Oil Corporation); The 
Ceiling Doctor, AMPS; Tippecanoe (Armstrong 
Cork Company); The High-Speed Hay Team; 
Western Playmaking St/stctn^; Canadian Cen- 
tennial; Rolabar Rakes: Small Balers; Forage 
Harvesters: Combines (New Holland Division, 
Sperry-Rand Corporation); special films (U.S. 
Department of Defense). Theatrical & TV 
Commercials: Procter & Gamble— Crisco Oil 
(Compton) Armsti-ong Cork-One-S(ep Wax 
(B.B. D. & O); Rival Pet Foods (Dancer, Fitz- 
gerald & Sample) ; Colorforms, Inc.-Monrfer 
Putty, Dr. Doolittle, Ragaedy Ann, Miss 
M^calhcr Gid (Fladell, Winston, Pennette); 
Bishop Industries-Ha^f? Bishop Cosmetics, Plus 
While Plus (Spade and Archer); and for New 
Holland Division. 

TMI PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
145 East 49th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) PLaza 2-2635 

Date of Incorporation: 1966 

Sidnev M. Maran. President 

Stanley Turtletaub. Executive Vice-President 

Helene Forbes, Production As.Hsiant 

Susan Zwerman, Production Assistant 

Services: Coiporate and product motion pic- 
tures; theatrical short subjects; pubhc relations 
films; sales training programs and filmstrips; 
sales meetings and industrial shows. Facilities: 
Complete production and distribution; audio- 
visual marketing and merchandising; counseUng 
geared to corporate objectives. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: This Was the Mary; The 
M'orld's Richest Horse Race (Paramount Pic- 
tures, Pepsi-Cola Co.); This is Versatility . . . 
C-60 Luminaire (Armstrong Cork Co.); Aids to 
the Handicapped (American Telephone & Tele- 
graph Co.); and This is G.A.C. (General Ac- 
ceptance Corp.). 

TOMLIN FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
405 Lexington Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) OXford 7-0003 
Date of Organization: 1939; Inc. 1946 
Frederick A. Tomlin, President 



TOMLIN FILM PRODUCTIONS: 

Services: Production of sales promotion, institu- 
tional, and industrial motion pictures; sound 
slidefilms, wide-screen slides and filmstrips; 
standard shdes and filmstrips; side-motion pic- 
tures. Facilities: Photographic studios with 
front light projection s\stera; film editing rooms; 
two 16mm'35mm Oxberry animation stands; 
16mm Picture and Track interlock projection; 
16mm motion picture cameras. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Brandeis at 20 (Brandeis 
University); Seagram City (Seagram Distillers); 
Pro Brush Jet Stream (J. Walter Thompson 
Co.). Slidefilms: Simmons Turns It On (Sim- 
mons Co.); Pan American Managers Meeting 
(Pan Am Airways); 1st Quarter Darvon Presen- 
tation (Eh Lilly-]. Walter Thompson); Annual 
Meeting; Architectural School Program — Cur- 
tain Wall (Copper Development Assoc); Re- 
port to Stockholders; Cool Whip— A Star is Bom 
(General Foods Corp); Custom Cut Conveyor 
Belting (Uniroyal); Maximum Sales & Profit 
Per Square Foot District Managers Meeting 
(T.C. Perniev Co.); Faced (U.S. Plywood Co.); 
The Story of Ted Gray (Metropolitan Life Ins. 
Co.). Multi-Screen Presentations: 5 Dec- 
ades of U.S. Foreign Policij (Foreign Policy As- 
sociation); Field Managers Seminar (Colgate 
PahnoUve Co.); ABC Records Distributors 
Meeting (Contempo Productions, Inc.). 

TRAINING FILMS, INC. 
150 West 54th St., New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) CO 5-3.520 
Affiliate: TFI Productions, Inc. 

Date of Organization: 1948 

Robert A. Lightbmn, President 
Services: Specialize in production of industrial 
and educational filmstrips and slides; non-the- 
atrical 35/16/8mm motion pictures for industry, 
TV and theater; filmographs, easels, booklets, 
etc. Consultants on audio-visual presentation for 
meetings; mobile training schools for dealers. 
Distiibutors of A-V equipment. Tape and disk 
recording and duplication; duplication of film 
and tape for Beseler Salesmate and continuous 
Smm sound projectors. Wide-screen panoramic 
and multi-projector filmstrip presentations. Fa- 
ctlities: Animation and live action facilities in 
the U.S. and abroad; 35mm Oxberr)' equipment. 
Research, writing, graphic arts, photogiaphic 
arts, narration. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictttres: Crash (Automotive Indus- 
tries Assoc); UBS Service Film (United Billing 
Svstems Inc.); Cooling System Care for Safety 
(Union Carbide Corp.); Super-Market Image 
(Personal Products Co.); Value Analysis Stand- 
ardization (National .^s.sn. of Purchasing 
Agents); Drus. Store Image (Personal Products 
Co.); Facts and Fantasies of Filter Sales (Puro- 
lator Products). 

JOSHUA TREE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

43 W. 47th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) CO 5-5800 

Date of Organization: 1964 

David W. Funt. President 

Robert J. Sann, Vice President 

Richard Weinman, Vice President, Production 

Annika Salomon, Sales 

Barry Prince, Supv. Editor 
Services: TV commercials, business & educa- 
tional films & filmstrips; scripts; editorial serv- 
ices. Facilities: Creative department; art de- 
partment; sound stage; 16/35mm production, 
editing & screening rooms. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Rules to View A Zoo By; 
]osh Gets A School; David Won't Be Here To- 
day; Let's Share A See Saw; The Puppet Show 
Caper (McGraw-Hill Films). TV Commer- 



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JOSHUA TREE PRODUCTIONS: 

CIALS: for Mountain Dew (Ogilvy & Mather); 
Post Cereals, Downy, Redbook (Grey); and 
Crisco (Compton). 



TV-FILM GRAPHICS, INC. 
369 Lexington Ave., New York, X.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) TN 7-3330 
Date of Organization: 1945 
Bernard Rubin, President 
Lee Blair, Secretary-Treasurer 
Harold W'ondsel. Vice President, Production 
Arthur Schuman, Controller 
Don Franklin, TV Sales 

Services: Documentary', educational public re- 
lations, training, informational and TV commer- 
cial films in 35mm and 16mm, both color and 
b&w. Faciuties: Fully equipped and staffed 
15,000 sq. ft. studio; independent animation and 
special effects departments; optical effects de- 
partment with optical film laboratory; editing 
and ser\ice departments. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictlties: Foreign Steel (.-American 
Iron & Steel Institute); The Strength and Struc- 
ture of Alloys (International Nickel); Destiny 
on the Waters; Seas of Liberty (U.S. Navy); 
Challenge and Opportunity (National Security 
Agency); Henningson Model #10 (Henningson 
Foods); Research in the Upper Atmosphere 
(NASA). 

UNITED STATES PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

5 East 57lli Street, New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) PLaza 1-1710 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Francis C. Thayer, President 

Bob Dierbeck, Producer 

Tom HoUyman, Producer-Director 

Stowe Phelps, Producer 

Bert Shapiro, Producer-Director 

Clem Stigdon, Producer-Director 

Elaine, Senf, Production Coordinator 

Services: Production from conception through 
printing and distribution for theatrical, tele- 
\ision, educational and industrial motion pic- 
tures sound slidefilms. F-\ciLrrrES: Complete 
production facilities; color, b&w. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictubes: Polaris Subsystem (Sperry 
Gyroscope Co.); African Album (Maxwell 
Evarls & Assoc.); America in Transition; Con- 
qucrers of the Wilderness (National Gallery); 
Stockholders Report (Cities Service Co.). 
Slidefilms: Conquered Land; The Revolution; 
Lake Titicaca; Festivals (Research Institute for 
the Study of Man). 

UNIT-ONE FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

723 Sc\ciitli Ave, .New York, N.Y. 

Phone: (212) JU 6-8880 

Dale of Organization: 1960 

Herman W. Kitchen. President and Producer 

Ken Lappin, Business Manager 

Peter Sabino, Production Manager 

Dietmar Carstens, Art Director 
SER\acES: Complete film production, specializ- 
ing in underwater and aerial filming. Documen- 
t.iry educational and industrial films. Complete 
location production equipment including six 
place aircnift. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Animal Secrets (15 films- 
NBC); Fire Stop Service (Shell Oil Co.); A 
Time for Risk (Epi.scopal Church); Bringing 
Up Your Puppy (Gaines Research Center); 
How Man Learns from Nature (series of single 
concept film loops). 



UNIVERSITY FILMS, INC. 
(William P. Gottlieb Co.) 

36 West 60th St., New York, N.Y. 10023 

Phone: (212) 581-5582 

Date of Organization: 1949 

WiUiam P. Gottlieb, President 

Walter E. Schaap, Vice-President 

Aida Golt, General Manager 

Ed Dahlin, Art Director 
Services: Creation and production of sound 
shdefilms and fihnstrips. Specialists in educa- 
tional and institutional work, sales promotion, 
personnel training, business-sponsored filmstrips 
for school distribution. Writing and production 
of illustrated booklets. F.4Cilities: Research and 
scriptwriting staff; art department, photo studio; 
recording and projection equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Slidefilms; World of Work; (McGraw Hill 
Book Co.); A Sew Structure for the League 
Today (National League for Nursing); Art 
by Talented Teenagers 1967 (Sholastic Maga- 
zine); Skyline Series; Slide Group for General 
?sychohay ( McGraw-Hill) . 

VAN PRAAG PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

250 W. 54th St., New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) 245-1050 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Branch Offices: Michigan: 1933 Vernier Rd., 
Grosse Point, Mich. 48236. Phone: (313) 
884-4470, Mackinnon Scott, Sales represen- 
tative. California: 1228 N. Vine St., Holly- 
wood 90038. Phone: (213) HOUywood 
2-2341; C. Keilus, Manager. Florida: Stu- 
dio Citv-19.54 N.E. 151st St., North Mi- 
ami 33162. Phone: (305) 949-4557; Jerry 
Winters, Manager 

William Van Praag, President 

Eric Camiel, Director 

Rubin Shapiro, Sates Director 

Howard Schaller, Sales Director 

Maurice Kalker, Comptroller 

Anita M. Palumbo, Secretary 'Business Mgr. 

Robert N. \'an Praag, Production Manager 

Charles Carrubba, Editor 
Services: 35/16mm color, b&w motion pictures 
for commercial, industrial, educational, promo- 
tional, government, documentary and theatrical 
presentations; slidefilms and distribution. Fa- 
ciLmES: Sound stage, full editing facilities plus 
multi-media projection and closed circuit tele- 
vision. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictl'hes: World of Dance (Arthur 
Murray Dance Studios); Cadet Honor Code 
(U.S. Air Force). Slidefilm: Vanovision 
(.■\.V.E.). TV Commercials: for Burhngton 
Industries; Volkswagen; Heinz (Doyle Dane 
Benibach); DuPont (F. H. Hayhurst); General 
Foods (Ogihy & Mather): Heublein (Mar- 
schalk Co.); Lever Bros. (SSC&B); Maidenform 
(Norman, Craig & Kummel); McKesson & Rob- 
bins (Kane, Light Gladney); Proctor & Gamble 
(Benton & Bowles). 



VAVIN INCORPORATED: 

Services; Documentar\-, industrial pubUc rela- 
tions and travel films for theatrical, non-the- 
atrical and T\' distribution. Production of clos«i- 
circuit telecasts. FACn-mES: Production and ed^ 
torial for 16 and 35mm color, b&\v, in U.S. and 
overseas. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Pisqui No. 1 (.\guaytia 
Group and Mobil del Peru); FoothalVs Newest 
Star (Stokclv-\'an Camp); Cargo Handling 
(Seaboard .\irhnes); Boosf for Local Air Serv- 
ice (Trans World AirUnes); News Film Series 
(Reader's Digest .\ssn.); News Film Series 
(American Iron & Steel Institute); Annua/ 
Awards Presentation (Overseas Press Club of 
America) . 



VAVIN, INCORPORATED 
Video and Visual Information Films 

236 East 40lh Street, New York. N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 682-1624 

Date of Incorporation; 1948 

Branch f)ffices: Paris: 72 Boulevard Raspail, 
Paris \l. France. Phone: 924-5080. M. Jean 
Pages. Production Manager. Switzerland: 
31 Grande Rue, Geneva, Switzerland, 
Phone; 26-21-27. N. Z. Moreno, V. P. & 
Manager. 

Richard de Rochomont, President, Ch. of Bd. 

Gerald E. Weilcr, Exec. Vice-President 

N. Z. Moreno, Vice-President 

Ruth Teksmo, Secretary, Asst. Treasurer 



VIAFILM, LTD. 

333 Park .\venue. South, New York, N.Y. 

Phone: (212) 777-0100 

Date of Organization, May, 1967 

Voli Vidor, President 

Ira Marvin, Vice-President 

Paul Heller, Producer 

Loet Farkas, Production Coordinator 

Andy Balash, Editor 
Services: TV commercials, industrial and docu- 
mentary films, motion pictures. FACiLrriES: Iil- 
sert stage, complete 16 and 35mm editing facili- 
ties. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Clean Up With Mobil (Mo- 
bil Oil Co.); Astro Turf (Monsanto). TV Com- 
MERCHLS: Woman— :60 (Dentu-Creme/Grey 
Ad\tg.); Passport 360 (P102'Gumbiimer- 
North); The Golden One ( Sealtest/N.W. Ayer); 
Egg (Plavtex/Ted Bates); Wax Skipper (Pro- 
long/Grev .■\d\'tg.'); Recipe (Lever Bros/S.S.C& 
B); Lini Up: Subjective Camera: Junkyard; 
Memory; Reverse Accident; Accident Report; 
and Ambulance (Uberty Mutual/BBDO). 



VIDEOTAPE CENTER 
(Videotape Productions of New York Inc.) 
101 \\est 67th Street. New York, N.Y. 10023 
Phone: (212) TR 3-5800 

John B. Lanigan, President 

George K. Gould. Exec. Vice President 

Nathan Weiss. Trca.itirer 

William Bovd, Controller 

Thomas Tausig. VP Dir.. Programming 

Charles Holden, Director Production 

Donald C<illins. C/iir( Enaineer 

Edgar Grower. Commercial Sales Manager 

Joseph Conte. .\dvcrtuiing,'Mkig. Director 

Joseph J. DiBuono, Di'r., Creative 

Development 
Will Roth. Director. Creative Services 
Jack Kell\. Production Manager 
John Meiklojohn. Dir. Tape Operations 
Adrian Riso. Hal Stone. Directors 
Richard DeMaio. Dennis Harrington. Frank 

Ileffercn. Bemey Jones. Robert VanBuren. 

Prodticers 
Glenn Bolkin. Rick Chapman. How.ird 

Giordano, Louis Selener, .Account Execs 

Philip McEneny, Mgr. Scheduling/ 

Estimating 
Je.in Moran, .\s.tt. Mgr., Scheduling/ 

E-ttimating 



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NEWYORK PRODUCERS 

VIDEOTAPE PRODUCTIONS OF NEW YORK: 

Ser\ices: TV commercials, business, industrial 
and sales training films. B&W and color. High 
band color recorders to produce, edit and dup- 
licate; fihii transfers to tape, pigg\backs, 24 hr. 
traffic Dcpt. service to TV stations. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

TV Peogr.\ms: S^ Joan (G. Scliaefer, Hallmark 
Hall of Fame): A Case of Libel (David Suss- 
kind/ABC); The Nurses (Plautus Productions, 
Soap Opera); Ballet Fro^ram (NET);_ Ad- 
vanced Management Research (Dennis Kane); 
Pan American Airways Sales Presentation; Buick 
Sales Presentation. TV Commercials: for Aero- 
wax (McCann-Erickson); Chevrolet (Campbell 
Ewald): Crest Toothpaste and N-P 27 (Benton 
& Bowles).: Best Foods (Dancer-Fitzgerald & 
Sample); SheU Oil Co. (Ogilvy & Mather); 
Waring Blender (Zakin Co.); Ballantine Beer 
(Sullivan, Stauffer. Colwell & Bavles); Noreen 
(Richard K. Manoff); Reef and Ford (J. 
Walter Thompson); Eastern Airlines (Yoimg 
and Rubicam); Fresca (McCann/Marschalk); 
Frankhn National Bank (Duncan Brooks); Fact 
Toothpaste (Grev Adv.); Chase Manhattan 
Bank (Ted Bates)'; Wink (]. M. Mathes); Olds- 
mobile (D.P. Brother), Florida Citrus (Lennen 
& Newell) Phillip Monis (Wells Rich Green); 
A.T.&T (N.W. Ayer); N. Carolina Nat'l Bank 
(Cargill Wilson & Acree); Winston (Wm. 
Est>): Goodyear (Norman Malone); Coty 
(Warren Muller Dolobowsky); Avis (Doyle 
Dane Bernbach); Geritol (Parkson); Alcoa 
(Fuller Smith & Ross), Hertz (Carl AUy). 



VISION ASSOCIATES, INC. 
680 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) Circle 5-2611 
Date of Organization: 1959 

Lee R. Bobker, President 
Irving L. Oshman, Vice-President 
Helen Kristt Radin, Vice-President 
Sid Aronson, Executive Producer 

Services: Producers of motion pictures, slide- 
films, theatrical and television programs. Fa- 
cilities: Offices, screening and editing rooms 
and all facilities for production of film, tape, 
theatrical and audio-visual media. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictubes: The Road (Frontier Nursing 
Service of Wendover, Ky.); The Mind-Benders 
(U.S. Food and Drug Administration); Jeopardy 
(The Wm. S. .Merrill Co.); Operating Systems 
360 (IBM); Wings to Venezuela (Pan Ameri- 
can World Airivays ) ; What Finer Purpose ( In- 
stitute for the Crippled and Disabled, 4); In 
Our Time (Council of Jewish Federations and 
Welfare Funds); The Famih/ (McGraw-Hill 8 
film series); Where There's Hope (Boys Clubs 
of America); Behind the Scenes (Girl Scouts of 
the U.S.A.); The Price of A Life (The Ameri- 
can Foundation/Institute of Corrections). Slide- 
films: Strengthening American Education (Of- 
fice of Education). TV Spots: for Boys Clubs of 
America, Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., Save the 
Children Federation, National Education Asso- 
ciation. 



VISUALSCOPE INCORPORATED 

10.-5 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) MU 3-3513 
Date of Incorporation: 1955 

Robert G. Taylor, President 

Manuel Garcia Rey, Executive Vice-President/ 

Creative Director 
Marvin H. Green, Jr., Senior Vice-President 
Jack Lane, Account Group Supervisor 



VISUALSCOPE INCORPORATED: 
Robert Stringer, Director/Composer 
Thomas McNally, Production Supervisor 

Services: Audio-visual presentations including 
the Visualscope, 35 and 16mni filmographs, 35 
and 16mm live action, slides, flipcharts, Vu- 
Graphs and spectaculars staged for sales meet- 
ings, sales promotion and training, public rela- 
tions, corporate stockholders meetings, motiva- 
tions. Facilities: Art department, photographic 
studio, staff writer, projection equipment and 
editing facilities. Trained personnel for staging 
and projection of presentations. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTiox Pictures: Money Management; Step 
i}ito Banking, (American Bankers Assn.); A Very 
Special Season; Television Di\/A (American 
Broadcasting Co.); Voyage to Akimcra (Insti- 
tue of Life Insurance); Here's How (Heublein); 
What Teachers See (Metropohtan Life Insur- 
ance Co.). Slidefilms: The Second Safe (Bank 
Public Relations and Marketing .-^ssn.); Soft 
Imperial (Lever Bros.); VO-Expo (Seagrams); 
Trutone (American Can Co.); Fluid Fertilizers 
(TVA); Sales Meetings and Shows: Power 
ilark (General Electric) '67 Spring Caravan 
(Van Heusen); Knit One (DuPont); Spirit of 
'75 (Acme); Vfor of the Dealer (Winchester). 

VPI PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
A Division of Electrographic Corp. 
321 ^^'. 44th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) JU 2-8082 

Subsidiary' Companies: Video Editors, 78 E. 
56th St., New York, (212) lU 2-8082; 
Video Editors East, 30 E. 40th St., 151 
E. 50th St., New York, (212) 2-8082; VPI 
Color Center, Video Prints, Video Opticals, 
VPI Color Lab, 410 E. 62nd St., New 
York, (212) 838-3900; VPI and Video 
Prints Inc.. 1515 N. Western Ave., Holly- 
wood, Calif. (213) HO 6-8691; Video 
Editors, Video Opticals & Video Prints of 
Illinois, 4.50 E. Ohio. Chicago (312) 787- 
2500; Rough & Readv Films, Inc., 321 W. 
44th St.. New York (212) ]V 2-8082; 
VPI Films, Inc., 1515 N. Western Ave., 
Hollywood, Calif. (213) HO 6-8691. 

George Tompkins, President 

Sheldon B. Satin, Executive Vice Pres. 
(Corp). 

A. J. Miranda III, Exec. VP in Chg. of VPI 
iV.y. Operations 

Peck Prior, Exec. VP in Charge of VPI Calif. 
Operations 

\\'illiam E. Huston, Vice President & National 
Sales Manai^er 

Alfred E. Mendelsohn, VP, General Sales 
Mgr. 

Charles Manna. JV.Y. General Mgr. 

Robert C. Winkler, President. Video Prints 

Har\ey Schlags, Exec. VP, Video Editors 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV Commercials: for N. W. A>er & Son; Ted 
Bates; Benton & Bowles; Campbell-Ewald; Leo 
Burnett; Compton Adv.; Doyle Dane Bernbach; 
J. W. Thompson; Foote, Cone & Belding; Grey 
Advertising; Wm. Estv and others. 

ROGER WADE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

16 West 46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) Circle 5-3040 

Date of Incorporation: 1946 

Roger Wade, President 

Martin |. Mclntyre, Vice-President in chg., 

Photonraphic Dept. 
Florence Hewitt, Secretary. Production 

Co-ordinator 
Edward A. Bendell, Account Executive 

Services: Pkinning and production of live-action 
and animated motion pictures, sound slidefilms 
(single and double frame format), VuGr.aphs, 
slides, mulli-media systems and materials. Slide 



ROGER WADE PRODUCTIONS: 

development m specific-application audio-visual 
equipment and presentation materials. F.^cili- 
TiEs: Studio; art department; editing; dark- 
rooms; 0.\berr\ 16-35mm animation stand; spe- 
cial shde and slide-film shooting stands; special 
cameras and cop\ing equipment; slide-laminat- 
ing equipment, machine shop and electronics 
shop. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.MoTio.N Picture: This is Foster Wheeler (Fos- 
ter-Wheeler): Slidefilms: You Are the Store 
(Uniroyal); The Mitchell Story (Texaco, Inc.); 
This is Singer (Singer Co.); The Utwommon 
Man (Sports Afield). 

ROBERT WARNER PRODUCTIONS 

7 East 78th St., New York, N.Y. 10021 

Phone: (212) RH 4-7979 

Date of Organization: 1959 

Robert Warner, President 
Services: Live, film and tape programs and 
commercials. Facilities: For everv type of 
photograph)', special effects and editing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Scries of five motion pic- 
tures, featuring Harry Belafonte, produced in 
1967 for televi.non release (American Diabetes 
Association). 







W C D, INC. 



1600 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) CI 7-1600 
Date of Organization: 1957 
Branch Office: California: 1028 N. LaBrea 
Ave., Los Angeles 90038. Phone: (213) 
HO 3-3113, 
Robert W. Carlisle, President 
Jack L. Lemmon, Vice President 
\\'alter Kullberg, Secrctary-Trea-mrer 
Morris D. Behrend, General Manager 
Rex Cox, Creative Director, Producer 
Michael M. Stehney, Producer, Director 
Joel M. Weisman, Producer, Director 
Thomas F. Victor, Manager, Business Films 
Services: Facilities and staff for the production 
of all types of motion pictures including theatri- 
cal, industrial, documentarv, television, educa- 
tional, governmental, and TV commercials. Fa- 
cilities: New York: two large air-conditioned 
studios, ii" and 35mm tape recording; camera, 
lighting and photographic equipment. Casting, 
editing, print service and film storage. Holly- 
wood: Full\- equipped sound stages available in 
HolK'wood. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Yesterday, Today and 
Tomorrow (Episcopal Diocese of New York); 
The Current Generation (Boston Edison Co.); 
The Presidency (Department of Defense); 
Touchtone Telephone (AT&T). TV Commer- 
ri\Ls: for Kinne\' Slioe Coi-p. (Frank B. Saw- 
don Inc.): Proctor & Gamble (Compton -Adver- 
tising, Inc.); Whitehall Laboratories Div., .Amer- 
ican Home Products Corp. (William Esty Co., 
Inc.); DeLuxc Topper Corp.; Frigidaire Div., 
General Motors (Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample, 
Inc.); General Foods Corporation; American 
Home Foods Div., American Home Products 
Corp. (Young & Rubicam); General Foods 
Corp. (Ogilvv & Mather, Inc. 'Benton & Bowles, 
Inc.); Lakeside Toys (.Sh.illcr-Rubin Co.); 
Plough. Inc. (Lake-Spiro-Shumian, Inc.); Vic- 
tor Oiffee Co. (John C. Dowd Co., Inc.); The 
Drackctt Co. (Ogilvy & Mather, Inc.). 



y)^ this symbol over a producer's 
listing in tliesc pages refers to display adver- 
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WESTPORT COMMUNICATIONS GROUP, INC. 
15 E. 48th St., New York, New York 10017 
Phone: (212) 421-1050 

Date of Incorporation; 1966 (as Fred Hertz, 
Inc.) 

Fred Hertz, President 

Tod Dockstader, Vice President 

Branch: 53 Newton Turnpike, Westport, 
Conn. 06880. Phone: (203) 227-3424 
Services: Motion pictures; slide and filmstrip 
presentations; radio and T\' commercials; orig- 
inal concepts and scripts. F.^ciLrriES: Complete 
creative and consulting ser\ice; graphics, pho- 
tography, audio. Sound effects, music scoring, 
casting, etc. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Instructions (Research Institute of 
America); Oil, Air, Cos Filtration (4) (Fram 
Corp.); Hi/grade Jiffy Kit (Standard Motor 
Products). R.\Dio Commehclvl: for Scandin- 
aWan .\irlines ( Ga\-nor & Ducas ) . T\' Commeir- 
clvl; for Public Libraries of New York State 
(mp, radio). 

Wilding Inc. 
405 Park .\ venue. New York. N.Y'. 
Phone: (212) 759-0854 
Robert Ford, Vice Pres., Branch Manager 
(See complete listing under Chicago area) 

WILLARD PICTURES, INC. 

45 West 45th Street, .New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phones: (212) JUdson 2-0430 

Date of Organization: 1932 

Studio: (Editorial, cutting, projection, record- 
ing, animation) 550 Fifth Avenue, New 
York. N.Y. 

Subsiliar>- Company: Eli Wheelock Produc- 
tions, Inc., 45 West 45th St., New York, 
N.Y. 10036. Phone: (212) JUdson 2-0441 

John M. Squiers, Jr., President 

David C. Hessey, Vice President 

Da\-id Piel. Vice President 

B. Relkin. Treasurer 

Claude Underwood, Charge— Production 
Dept. 
Services: Industrial, medical, educational, sales 
and job training motion pictures and slidefilms; 
training films for U. S. -\nned Forces and Gov- 
ernmental agencies; theatricals; tele\'ision film 
shows and commercials. FACiLmES: Mitchell 
NC cameras and camera-top station wagons, 
portable generators, field sound recording in- 
struments; pioneer in industry techniques and 
equipment; color production in East and South 
America for theatrical producers; animation de- 
partment; projection and cutting rooms; creative 
staff. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pk Ti kes; The Rhclaric of the Sfovie; 
Super S Sports Analysis; America on Shis (East- 
man Kodak Co.); The Ethicon Story (Ethicon 
Inc.); The C.rcrn Light; Who's in the Kitchen 
with Mama? (Newsweek Magazine); African 
Record (Mr. Wm. C. Morden); Yale Univer- 
sity 20 Years Later (Newsweek Magazine); The 
Technique of Glass (C.L. Strong-series); Input- 
Output (Scientific .\merican Magazine); Logis- 
tics, Viet Sam ( Defense Personnel Support 
Command); Time in Foxboro (Time Maga- 
zine); \cw Perceptions in Lighting Lightoiler, 
Inc.); Emmet Kelly. Jr. (Eastman Kodak). Edit- 
ing services for John Jay Films; audio Wsual 
services for Yachting Magazine, plus miscel- 
l.ineous live and film production services for 
Eastman Kodak. 

WINIK FILMS CORPORATION 
loUl lir(i;iil«:i>. Ni« \(irk. New York 10036 
Phone: (212) LW 4-0540 
Date of Organization; 1939 
Leslie Winik, Chairman of Board/ Producer 
Richard Winik. President/ Director 
Barry Winik, Vice Pres./ Director 
Estcilc Rosen, Treasurer/ Controller 



WINIK FILMS CORPORATION: 

Services: Motion picture production: library of 
sports stock footage, b&w and color. Faciuties: 
Creative and editorial departments; facilities and 
equipment for 16/ 35mm production in studio or 
on location. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures : Showcase for Champions 
( Monmouth Park, Coca-Cola ) ; Thoroughly Bred 
(Paramount Pictiu-es .Aquaduct Race Track); 
Duck Fever (Paramount Pictures); The Perfect 
Game (Paramount Pictures, .American Machine 
and Foundr)'); Half-Time U.S.A. (Paramount 
Pictures, Chevrolet); Winning Styles (Para- 
mount Pictures, Celanese Corp.); The Year of 
Chanae (New Y'ork .Mets); A Year to Remember 
( -American Broadcasting Co. ) ; West Point Foot- 
hall 1967 (General .Aniline & Film Corp.); 
Basketball Highlights 1967 (Converse Rubber 
Co.); and Jets in Action (Rheingold Brewries). 



WOLPER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
(Industrial Film Division) 

485 Lexington .Ave., New Y'ork, N.Y'. 10017 

Phone: (212) 682-9100 

Date of Organization: 1959 

Mel London, Vice President 

Dennis Knife, Executive Producer 
Services: Business motion pictures and TV 
documentaries. FACiLrriES: Complete produc- 
tion facilities in New Y'ork, Detroit, and Los 
.Angeles. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: for U.S. Army, Bank of 
.America. Investors Overseas Services, Foster & 
KJeiser, Seeing Eye Foundation and Grumman. 

YOUTH CONCEPTS, ITD. 

3E. 40th St.. Ni» York. N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 685-3934 

Date of Incorporation: 1966 

Robert [. .McCart)', President 

Merle L. Steir, Vice-President 

Barbara Krispel, Fashion & Retailing 
Services: Motion pictures, slides, environmen- 
tal, 70mm. and kinetic light production, spe- 
cializing in the youth market. FACiLrnES: Cast- 
ing, writing, editing, sound library, recording. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures Slidefilms; Body-Do En- 
vironment (Warner's); Pcnney's Rainbow Line 
(I.e. Pennev Co.); Simplicity (Papert, Koenig 
& Lois); Youth Scene (N.A.D.L). 

ZACKS & PERRIER, INC. 

18 East 50tli St.. Nt« \..rk. New York 10022 

Phone: (212) MU S-8588 

Date of Organization: July, 1967 

Mark Pcrrier. Producer/Writer 

Lewis Zacks, Producer/.\rt Director 

Susan Drees, .\ssociate Producer 

H. N. Levitt. Staff Writer 

Dorothy Ward. Asst. .Art Director 
Services; Motion pictures. multi-.screen presen- 
tations, slidefilms. industrial shows. FACiLmF.s: 
Complete writing and art facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictuhes: One Look (Fieldcre!;t Mills); 
Why Build the WhecV (IBM Industrial Prod- 
ucts); Meet the President; The Meaning of a 
Word (IBM ERO). Mixti-screen Presenta- 
tions: Fieldcresi is Fashion; Lazy Davy (Field- 
crest Mills); The Scxt Shape You Sec (Fiber- 
glas); The Hot and the Cold (Owens-Coming 
Fibergkis); The .\nuriais Cup; The Age of 
Exploration (IBM Svstems Engineering). Sltoe- 
films: This is Indu'ttrial Construction; Com- 
puter Fights Present; It's a Soist/. .Voisy, Noisy 
World (Owens-Coming Fiberglas). Industhlu. 
Shows: The Amazing Sliapo; El Morocco 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 



ZACKS & PERRIER INCORPORATED: 
"Matchmates" (Fiberglas); Fieldcrest Sales 
Meeting (Fieldcrest); IBM System Engineer' 
ing; lOO^c Club Meeting, - ERO (IB.M ERO). 



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SEYMOUR ZWEIBEL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

11 East 44th Street, New York. N.Y. 1001" 

Phone: (212) Ml'rray Hill 2-4450 

Date of Incorporation; Feb., 1950 

Susan Wayne, President 
Services: 35, 16 and 8mm motion pictures, 
sound slidefilms, filmstrips, slides, recordings 
and supplementary aids. F.\ciLrTiES: Sound 
stage; including Cvc; art staff, still photographic 
studio; editorial and recording services. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictvre: Penney's Custom Decorating 
Service (].C. Penney). Slidefilms; Spin for a 
Win; Make Aim Your Aim; Don't Say Another 
Word (Rev.) (W.T. Grant & Co.). Recordixcs: 
Major Appliarwes/Home Electronics Sales Im- 
provement Program (J.C. Penney). 

NEW YORK STATE 

ACADEMY-McLARTY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
20-28 Mesmer Street, Buffalo, NY. 14220 
Phone: (716) 826-2800; Telex: 091-245. 

Date of Organization: 1934 

Date of Incorporation: 1959 

Franz E. Hartmann, President & Executive 
Producer 

William T. Clifford, Production Manager 

Bud Norton. -Art Director 

Frederic S. Bemey, Director-Editor 

.Adolph J. .Adolfi, jr.. Chief Cameraman 

Ted Pelka, Electrician 

John A. Tirak, Jr. Editor 

Bishop Duncan, Sound Engineer 

James ]. White. Jr. Slide & Filmstrip Dept. 

Henrv J. Kunttu. Animation Artist 

Martha Carlon, Office Manager 

Barry Johnson, Sales Representative 
Services; .A comprehensive film service from 
pre-planning to projection. Specializing in 16/ 
training, public filmstrip department, mass slide 
35mm motion pictures for sales and technical 
duplicating. T\' and theater commercials. Fa- 
cilities: 55' X 30' main stage, 25' x 25' insert 
stage, interlock theater, in-hou.se art department 
complete with tv-pography and photostat capa- 
bilitv. four etliting rooms, carpenter shop. 35min 
.Arriflox. Maurer. B&H cameras: Houston crane, 
Mole-Richardson studio lighting. Quartz location 
lighting. Transistorized mixing console with full 
equalization on each ch.mncl. automatic ducker 
circuits, and noiseless faders. Magnasvnc master 
recorder 3 Magnasv-nc selsvTi interlocked dub- 
bers. Nagra lix'ation recorder. '<" tape recorders, 
Oxberrv- animation stand, with numerical tape 
control; still department and darkroom, four 
music labraries. two location tnicks and in-house 
printing plant 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictu'res: Your Future and the Air 
Force (U.S. Air Force); Sf/6ng Mirauxil Store- 
fronts (Miraw.J Co.); Cutting Cleaning Room 
Costs (Carborundum Co.y. Adventures of Chip 
It Dip (Potato Chip Institute); Success Story; 
Overcoming Objections: .Mr Conditioning Mis- 
sionary (Carrier Corp.): Milk for Health Round- 
up Jamboree (Hubbard Productions); Conrwc- 
tions Unlimited (Stromberg Carlson Corp.). 
SLinFFiLMS; Safety Bureau (New York Tele- 
phone C<i. V Soraid (Nnnvich Pharmacal); Wa- 
ter Pollution (C.H. Stranbergl; 0,1 Burrvr 
(Carrier Conditioning). 



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HOLLAND-WEGMAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

207 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y. 14202 
Phone: (716) 853-7411 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Date of Incorporation: 1962 

Edward J. Wegnian, President 

Sheldon C. Holland. Executive Vice-President 

James I. Allan. Produclion Manager 

Paul G. Ent, Director of Photosraph 

John V. Gates. Director of Photography 

Zeb M. Pike. Senior Writer - Director 

E, Alfred Osborne. As.rf. to President 
Le%\is W. Branche, Writer 

John E. Bjamov, Art Director 
\\'illiam F. Nailos, Studio Manager 
Tames G. Linnan, Chief Sound Engineer 
Ear! S. Rowell. Laboratorii Manager 

F. Pete Casev, Account Executive 
Ted Podd, Closed-Circuit T\^ 

Services: Producers of motion pictures and 
sound slidefilms from original research and con- 
cept to distribution. Pemi.-inent staff of .35 to 
plan, write and produce sales promotion, public 
relations industrial, educational, fund-raising, 
medical and scientific films. Producers of com- 
mercials and s\Tidicated programs for television, 
including stor\boards. scripts, animation and 
jingles. Planning and production of national 
sales meetings and programs. Producer's serv- 
ices. Closed-circuit TV. Videocorders. Facili- 
ties: CompleteK' integrated film production 
center. .50'x70'x34' sound stage; t\vo smaller 
studios for soimd recording and insert shooting; 
16mm blimped Mitchell, .\rriflex, Auricon and 
Maurer cameras: Fearless Panoram dollies 
equipped with Worral heads: multi-channel, 
magnetic film recording and mixing; 2 inter- 
lock screening rooms; two recording and mixing 
rooms, 40-seat mixing theater equipped with 
12-channel Fairchild mi.xing con.sole with equali- 
zation on each channel, four-channel stereo- 
output with reverberation; optical film recorder; 
three Ampex recorders M-R mike boom. Tele- 
funken and Neuman microphones; complete art 
and animation facilities, including 16mm and 
3.5mm Acme animation stand: seven music li- 
braries; complete new color film laboratory for 
processing negative and reversal, printing and 
edgenumberin g. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictubes: The Moving Link (Clark 
Equipment); Marine Famihj Festival; There's 
A New in Your Future (Marine Midland Tnist 
Co.): Par Cluh 1967; An Adventure (Xerox 
Corp.): Air Cushion Vehicle (Bell Aerosvstems 
Co.); Fahrimatic Auto (Strippit): Ben E. Fitz: 
Project 500 (Ohio Bell Telephone Co.); Smok- 
ing Machines (American Heart Assn.); Fred's 
Song (United Fund of Cleveland): High Pres- 
sure, Hi'g/i Performance (National Forge); Go 
for Safetif First (Scott .Aviation Corp.); The 
Stortj of Wire: Seamless Mod^jrn (United 
St.ates Steel Corp.); Elccirohjtic Cell Operation; 
The Storii of NUMEC (Nuclear Material and 
Equipment Co.); Orthopedic Surgery; Mastoid 
Operation. (State University of New York); A 
School of Religion Diocese of Rochester); 
Niagara University Closeup (Niagara Univ.); 
Will It Be You? (State University and Dept. 
of Health, Education and Welfare); Moon- 
walker (State Education Dept). Slidefilms; 
The Netv Barney Bornright (National Gi.'psum 
Co.); Oil & Grease (Unico); Lilrrari/ Catalos 
Systems (Buffalo and Erie County Libprary 
System); There Was An Old Woman (Planned 
Parenthood); Poptdarity Poll (Koppers). TV 
Commercials: for Iroquis Industries, Ford 
Motor Co., Marine Midland Trust Co. of West- 
em New York, Catholic Charities, DuPont, Man- 
ufacturers and Traders Tnist Co., Cleveland 
United Appeal; Blue Cross Blue Shield: Tops 



HOLLAND-WEGMAN PRODUCTIONS: 

Supermarkets; Rochester Telephone Co., Buf- 
falo Chamber of Commerce. 



Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc. 

245 Edgerton St., Rochester, N.Y. 
Phones: (716) CH 4-5164; OR 3-3000, Ext. 
534. 

(For complete listing see New York City) 



NEW JERSEY 

THE FILM HOUSE INC. 
(Formerly John Beck Associates) 
805 W. .'Atlantic Ave., Laurel Springs, 

New Jersey 08044 
Phone: (609) 784-2501 

Date of Organization: 1958 
Date of Incorporation: 1966 
John C. Beck, President 
Russell E. Conley. Vice President 
Charles Redner, Production Manager 
Services: 16mm live, animated motion pictures 
for industry; 8mm silent, sound films: slidefilms, 
slide presentations; polarized animations; record- 
ings. Facilities; 16mm cameras, editing equip- 
ment; still photography equipment and studio; 
photo-t\pe-setting; production of diazochrome 
slides; art studio; slide animation a polarized 
light; 35mm slidefilm stand; overhead slide pro- 
grams; tape recording studio; released music li- 
brani'; Technicolor cartridge-loading station. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictl-res: Multi-Piston Pump (De 
Laval Turbine Co.); Sis^nature Machine (Beloit 
Corporation); Bakers, Bread & History (Federal 
Yeast Corp); Slidefilms: This is Camden 
County (Camden County Economic Dev't 
Comm.); Operaticn\ of Hale Pump (Hale Pump 
Co.); What is CAT\' (National CATV Assoc). 



HENRY CHARLES MOTION PICTURE STUDIOS 

Plainfield Avenue, Edison, N.J. 
Phone: (201) 545-5104 
Date of Organization: 19.50 
Date of Incorporation: 1961 
Henry- Charles, President 
John H. Dunnachie, Vice-President 
Henry Fleischer, Secretary-Treasurer 
J, Sims Murray, Account Executive 
Mrs. Henry Fleischer, Office Mgr. 
Ser\ices; Color and b/w, 35, 16, 8mm, motion 
pictures: filmstrips. slides, sales presentations, 
promotion and marketing aids, still photograph\' 
in color and b/w, aerial stills and motion pic- 
tures, artwork, training aids: animation and 
closed circuit T\'. Original research and script 
to release prints and distribution. Motion pic- 
tures with foreign language scripts and narra- 
tives. Music and effects library. F.^cilities; 
Air-conditioned studios, cutting rooms, dark- 
rooms, office. 30 seat theater and projection 
booth. Mobile units for location production; 
stage and location lighting equipment. 35, 16, 
8mm cameras, projectors and editing equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictlires: Ventilation (Johnson & John- 
son); Polyester Catalysts (M & T Chemical 
Co.); Spotlight on Burlingtorx County (Bur- 
lington County Dept. of Industrial Dev't); Con- 
vention Time (Historic Smithville Inn); 8th 
Annual Good Neighbor Award Winners (N.J. 
Manuf;icturers .\s.soci;ition) ; Interpaec (Inter- 
natioTuil Pipe & Ceramics Coi-p.); Precision 
(Standard Tool); Automation (Triangle Con- 
duit & Cable); Patching and Field Fabrication 
(Union Carbide); Slidefilm: What Makes This 
City (Cilv of Newark). 



WILLIAM FELD PRODUCTIONS 
276 Oriental Place, Lyndhurst, N.J. 07071 
Phone: (201) 933-2440 
Date of Organization: 1962 
William Feld. President 
Samuel Feld, Business Manager 
Jud\' Kessler, Gerd Frost, Art Direction 
Services; Meeting presentations, animated titles 
& slides, filmstrips, slidefilms, slide presenta- 
tions, animation, overhead slide presentations, 
visual aids. F.\cilities; .\rt studio, cameras, ani- 
mation stand, etc. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms; Ultra-Set; Farb-A-ll (R & A Ink 
Corp.); How's That for Merchandisins, (Union 
Photo Corp.); Swimming Pool Safety (O'Neill 
Co. ) ; Coin Telephone ^laintcnance and other 
untitled pioductions (Bell Telephone Svstem). 

FIORE FILMS 

128 Mallor> Avenue. Jersey City, N.J. 07304 

Phone: (201) 432-4474 

Date of Organization: 1951 

.■\lbert A. Fiore, Production 

John A. Critelli. Photos,raphy & Sound 

Rose Hertel. Distribution 

Michael A. Fiore. Executive Director 
Services: 35'16mm and 8mm education and 
documentary, public senice films, b&w or color, 
for industr)'. T\'. public relations, religious and 
cixic organizations. Sound slidefilms; animation; 
T\' commercials. Facilities: 35T6mm and 
8mm filming and editing equipment, 45' x 90' 
soimd stage. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Foam Fashioning (Perma- 
Fo;im. Inc.); How to Play Better Basketball 
( Lane & Young, Inc. ) ; Institutional Highlights 
(Miller Construction Co.); Face Value (Comer- 
ford Associates); Industrial Soldering (Hercu- 
les Chemical Co. ) . 

HUGH & SUZANNE JOHNSTON, INC. 

16 \'alle>" Road. Princeton, New Jerse>' 08540 

Phone: (609) 924-7505 

Date of Orgiinization: 1965 

Hugh Johnston. President 

Suzanne Johnston, Writer/ Director 

John McCarthy, |r.. Secretary 

John Procaccino. Comptroller 
Services: Design and production of educational 
and sponsored motion picture films; specialized 
film promotion and distribution services (Prince- 
ton Seminars) Facilities: All necessary equip- 
ment and facilities for production and distribu- 
tion of motion pictures. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibes: Parents Are Teachers Too 
(U.S. Office of Economic Opportiuiit\): When 
New Jersey Went to Market (State of New 
Jersey): A Different Childhood (New Jersey 
Education .Association ) . 

NEW DIMENSION FILMS, INC. 
880 River Rd., Edj;ewater. N. Jersey 07020 
Phone: (201) 945-6708 
Date of Org;inization: January', 1968 
Bernard Mann. President 
Juan Cuidi, Vice President 
Leonard Rubin. Secretary/Treasurer 
.\rmando Guidi, Vice-Prcs., Photo. & Prod. 
Gerald .\. .■\l\arez. Viee-Pres., Purchasing 
Joscjih Questel. Vice President, Sales 
Dan Kornfeld. General Manager 
Lester Scher. Controller 
Services: .\rt. titles, animation, ston'boards, sfd. 
.animation photography (35mm), 16/3.5mm di- 
mensional animation photography, sound re- 
cording services, creative editing services. Fa- 
cilities: Production staff from storyboard to 
screen. 2-35mm Saltzman/Optical-Aiiimation 



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BUSINESS SCREEN ■ 1968 



NEW DIMENSION FILMS: 

stands, l-16mm or 35mm dimensional anima- 
tion — ultraplaiie stand. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV C0MMERCH1.S: Feen-A-Mint; Mexana; Sut- 
ton; Bustelo coffee; Banco de Ponce (Spanish 
Advertising). 

SAMUEL L. SCHULMAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
P.O. Bov 1794. Trenton. New Jcrse> 0S60T 
Phone: (609) 396-6913 

Date of Organization: 1929 
Date of Incorporation: 1955 
S. L. Schubnan, President 
Mrs. C. V. Marshall, Vice-President 
Eileen B. Schulman, Secret ani-Treasurer 
Services: Complete 16/35nim motion picture 
productions. F.^cilities: Complete production 
facilities; sound recording; art; music; sound ef- 
fects; color-correct prints. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.MoTiox Pictures: Deborah Hospital (Deborah 
Hospital Brown MiUs N'.].); Winter Fun in the 
Poconos (Pocono Mountains Vacation Bureau); 
Berks the Beautiful (Berks County, Penns\l- 
vania Dutch Travel Assn.); and Kuser Farm 
(Fred Kuser, Trenton, N.J.). TV Spot: Cystic 
Fibrosis (Cistic Fibrosis Research Foundation). 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Metropolitan Washington Area 

ASTRAFILMS, INC. 

530 Eighth St. S.E., Washington, D.C. 

Phone: (202) 543-1011 

Date of Organization: 1962 

Date of Incorporation: 1964 

Leonard Grossman. President 

Sharon L\nn Grossman. Secretary/Treasurer 

George H. Rosenberg, Production Manager 

Earl P. Withers, Editorial Department 
Services; Motion pictures (documentary, edu- 
cational, medical, T\", and information films). 
F.\ciLiTiES: Location sound cameras and re- 
corders, lighting equipment, 16mni magnetic 
transfer facilities, 16 35mm editing equipment 
and cutting rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion' Pictures: Tornado (Environmental 
Science Ser\ices Administration); On the Ice 
(National Science Foundation); iVgi/ng Lai 
(U.S. Coast Guard); Tom Lehrcr Sings Pollu- 
tion (U.S. Dept. of Health, Education and W'el- 
fare); Garrick Players (U.S. Information Agen- 
cy). 



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Audio Productions, Inc. 
1629 K St. N.W ., Suite 500. 
Washington, D.C. 20006 
Phone: (202) 296-6895 
Harry A. Carraghcr, in citarge 
(See complete listing under New York City) 



CREATIVE ARTS STUDIO, INC. 

S14 II St.. N.W .. W .nhin^lon. D.C. 20001 
Phone: (202) 737-0302 
Date of Incorporation: 1942 
Milton R. Tinsley, President 
Phillip G. Amest, Vicc-Pre,9i<fen{ 
William Watson, Treasurer 
Edward C. Santelmann, Director, Animation 
W. H. De La Vergne, Producer/ Writer 
Rill Sturm, Executive Producer 
Bela Orban, Director, Animation Camera 
Services: Animation, hve action, and still pho- 



CREATIVE ARTS STUDIO: 

tography; commercial, training, education and 
injformational motion pictures, T\' commercials, 
filmstrips, sHdes and hot press titles; design, art, 
and production staffs. F.\ciLnTEs: 16/ 35mm 
live action production units, two O.xberry ani- 
mation stand, O.xberry filmstrip and title stands, 
editorial facilities, film distribution programs, 
research and writing staff. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Fictihes: Pepsi Cola and Vi'ii in tlie 
Nation's Capital (Kal/Erlich and .Merrick); 
Burning Mountain (U.S. Dept. of the Interior); 
The Junction Transistor (U.S. Na\-y); Mail 
Handling Machines (U.S. Post Office Dept.); 
Air Combat Tactics (U.S. Air Force); The Place 
to Turn (Navy Relief Society). Slidefilms: 
Xew Techniques in Building Construction 
(Rogay Models); The Golden Triangle (Laird 
Productions); Let Gcors.e Do It (United Fund); 
Hope for Houzh (HUD); Medicare (Social 
Securitv .Administration); Showdown on Rt. 
=87 (The Asphalt Institute). T\" SPOTS: for 
Evening Star (Kal Erlich & Merrick). 








STUART FINLEY, INCORPORATED 

342S Mansfield Road, Falls Church, Va. 
22041 

Phone: (703) 481-7700 

Date of Organization: 19.55 

Date of Incorporation: 1966 

Stuart Finley, President and Producer 

Margaret Finley, Sccretari/ 

Theodore Jones, Director and Editor- 
Photographer 

Ralph Burgin, Writer 
Services: Motion picture production; television 
film and spot production; film-public relations 
services; film distribution. FACH-rrrEs: I6mm 
documentary film production equipment (cam- 
eras, lights, recorder, etc.) with sound stage 
or special equipment available on rental basis. 
Slidcfilm and still picture equipment systems. 
Three music Ubrarios. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: How to Run a River; and 
Potonwc Potpourri (National Park Service); 
Man from N.E.C.A. (National Electrical Con- 
tractors .Association); The Paper People (Kim- 
berlv-CIark Coq).); Bcchi; l.Q.-Questionable 
Criterion; Retardation Research; and A Day at 
the Dump (all Distribution)^ 

GUGGENHEIM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

815 17th St.. N.W .. W ashington, D.C. 

Phone: (202) RE 7-1600 

Branch: 14 N. .Newstead .Ave. St. Louis, Mo. 

63108. Phone: (314) IE 5-9188 
Date of Incorporation: 1956 

Charles Guggenheim, President 

Herbert F. Decker, Vice President/ Production 
Manager 

L. T. Iglehart, Executive Producer 

Robert Pierce, Director/ Cameraman 
Services: Production of theatrical and non-the- 
atrical motion pictures. Facilities: 16/35inm 
editing, projection, sound recording, camera and 
ligliting f;icilitics. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion- Pictvres: Beyond These Hills (Office 
of Economic Opportimity); Monument to the 
Dream (American Iron & Steel Institute); El 
Weekend: Now the Goldai Gate; Sow Airport 
(U.S. Information Agency); Quiet Too Long 
(National Educ ation Association). 

yJ^ tin's svmbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in this 18th Production Review issue. 



MID-ATUANTIC STATES 



LOGOS LTD. 

3620 S. 27th Street. Arlington, Va. 22206 

Phone: (703) 671-1300 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Marvin E. Singleton, Jr., Preadent 

Charles F. Riley, Vice-President, Gen. Mgr. 
Services: Color and b&w mobile videotape 
units. Complete color and b&w TV studios. Tape 
to film transfer service, color and b&w, 16/ 
35mm. F.\cilities: Four separate mobile units 
with equipment for color, b/w. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
\iueotape PnoDVCTiONS: TV Sports (Southern 
Conference Basketball Series): SET-Congress 
■67 (Capitol, Washington, D.C); Basketball, 
Baltimore Bullets vs. Cincinnati Royals 
(WTTG); 50th Anniversary Convention (Amer- 
ican Institute of Planners); Closed-Circuit Op- 
eration (Columbia Hospital); Labor Day 1967 
"Showmobile" (U.S.I.A.); Visits of Pres. Diaz 
Ordaz of Mexico (U.S.I. A.); Prime Miruster 
Sato of Japan (Japan Broadcasting Corp.); Vir- 
ginia Episcopal Seminary Graduation Exercises 
1967; Middle-East Crisis Xews Pick-up and 
various sports presentations (CBS); Lynda 
Johnson's Wedding; Senate Hearings _( ABC); 
Presidential News conferences; Saturn 5, Apollo 
Launch (NBC); TV Commercl\ls: for 
VEPCO/Cargill Wilson & Acree, Inc.; PEPCO/ 
Henrv Kauman & Associates; Alexandria Dairy 
(Friar Graphics): .American Beer (Torrieri/ 
Mvers Advtg.); Utz Potato Chips (Torrieri/ 
Myers Advtg.); Braun's Bread (Ketchum, Mac- 
Leod & Grove); Yuban Coffee (Lee Rothberg 
Productions): Old alleghenv' rye, Braun's bread 
(Ketchum, MacLeod & Grove); Schmidt's prior 
beer (Ted Bates & Co.); Kool cigarettes (Brown 
& Willi-imson); Liquid sandpaper (General 
Liquids Corp); Wonder Jumbo Bread (Con- 
tinental Baking Co./Ted Bates & Co.). 



BYRON MORGAN ASSOCIATES, INC. 
I025:i3rd Strtot, N.W.. Washington, D.C. 

20014 
Phone: (202) 333-5155 
D.ate of Org;iniz:ition: 1961; Inc. 1965 
.Associated with: Gotham Rliodes Ltd., at Co- 
Inmbia Pictures Corp., HolK-wood, Calif.; 
Biofilins, Easton, Md. 
B\Ton Morgan, M'ri(rr-Dircc-(or-PrO(/iicer 
Tony Lazzarino. Writcr-Dircclor-Produccr 
S.am Larson. Writer 
Patricia Morgan, Writer 
Eugene Ruback>-, B.S., Ph.D., Life Sciences 

Consultant 
Lois Karasik, NASSP, NEA, Educational 

Consultant 
W.-iltor Hering, NASA. Pub. Affairs, Spae 

Photography Consultant 
lolm Rosenbcrn.', NASA. Space Sciences, 

Spaee Seicriees Constdlant 
John Norton. AUeghenv .Airlines, 
Aviation Consulliint 
Service-S: Motion picture writing, direction and 
production for government, education, industrv', 
public relations. T\' and entertainment industrv'. 
Consultation, slidcfilm, hve presentations and 
stage shows for education, public relations and 
entertainment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pi<:itri>: Alaska — The Great Land 
(U.S. Dept. of Commerce'); Xursing in Vict 
Nam; Agriculture I'S.A '67; Your Top Four 
(Dept. of Defense): There Comes A Day (Pres- 
ident's Council on Youth Opportunity). Slide- 
FiL>«: The .American t"ag/c (U.S. Dept. of Com- 
merce). 



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WASHINGTON AREA: 

MRC Films 
(A Div. of McLaughlin Research Corp.) 
1110 Spring St., Silver Spring, Md. 
Phone: (301) 585-7100 
(See complete listing under New York City) 

PARAGON PRODUCTIONS 

2930 M Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 
20007 

Phone: (202) 333-3252 

Date of Organization: 1956 

Wni. B. H. Legg, [r., President-Exec. Prod. 

Frances R. Millington, Production Dir. 

\V. L. Stuyvesant. Director of Photoaraphtj 

Sharon Farr, Art & Animation Director 

Barabara R. Blair, Writer-Script Editor 
Services: Educational, industrial, informational, 
technical and commercial 16mm motion picture 
production, television commercials. Facilities: 
Facilities for 16mm motion picture and televi- 
sion commercial productions. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Cope 45. A Computer Util- 
ittj (Universitv- Computing Co.); Your Podiatry 
Career: Podiatrtj-ChaUenae & Opportunity 
(American Podiatry Assn.); Peaches — Sun 
Btii.slu-d Beauties (United Fresh Fruit & Vege- 
table Assn.); A Presidential Vi.Ht (Government 
of the Ivorv Coast); Research Chnic (Childrens 
Hospital); Scope of Testing (Communications 
Electronics); McLean Center (Research Analy- 
sis Corp.); Dn/ Corn 1967 (Corn Refiners 
Assn.); TV Commercials: Morgan's Take 
Home, Washington Towers, Rockmont Chevro- 
let. State National Bank, Rockville Ford, Mary- 
land Motors (Doug Bailev Adv.); TOPS Drive 
In (Bob Guillot Adv.); Childrens Hospital 
(Clarkson Assoc); Boys Club of Greater Wash- 
ington; Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind; 
The Epilepsy Foundation; Com Refiners Assoc; 
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. 

SCREEN PRESENTATIONS, INC. 

309 Moss Ave. N.E., Washington, D.C. 

Phone: (202) 546-8900 

Date of Organization: 1964 

C. David Gerber, President 

Herbert Awe, Vice-President 

Jeanne M. Gerber, Secretary-Treasurer 

John P. Bachner, Writer-Director 
Services: Motion pictures, slide films, TV spots, 
live and animated. Script writing services. Fa- 
cilities: Creative department for writing and 
direction; editorial rooms for 16/35nnn; mixing, 
recording and theater for interlock screening, 
16/35 location camera and sound equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: CaeJtalot Deep Diving, Sys- 
tem; Dcepstar 4000 (Westinghouse); Seabees 
in Vietnam; Hi.-riory of the Seahecs (U.S. 
Navy); Profile of A Peace Marcli (in-house pro- 
duction). 



Sun Dial Films, Inc. 
1100 22nd St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20037 
Phone: (202) 223-1262 

David C. Fuellhart, Exec. Producer in clmrge 
(See complete listing under New York City) 

Client References to Guide the Buyer 

• Client references provided in these listing 
pages are for the guidance of our buyer-readers. 
Check titles and sponsors listed; preview work 
of your prospective producer who is listed in 
tliese pages. 



MARYLAND: 

HALLMARK FILMS & RECORDINGS, INC. 

1511 E. North Ave., Baltimore, Md. 21213 

Phone: (301) VE 7-3516 

Date of Incorporation: 1960 

Maxwell Brecher, President 

Beatrice Canter, Vice-President 

Ernest Barger Jr., Art & AniriMtion 

Richard Welsh, Editor 
Services: Motion pictures, sound slidefilms, 
filmographs, kinescopes, air checks, medical 
teaching films, TV commercials. Facilities: 
Techniscope camera, sound stage, 35/16mm 
Auricon, fiell & Howell, Arriflex cameras, edi- 
tornial rooms, Mo\iolas, 16/35mm projection, 
animation stand, 16mm Westrex sync & Vi" 
Ranger recorders. Puppet stage, location truck. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: And Baby Makes Three 
(United Appeal of Central Md.); Doorway to 
Hope ( Associated Jewish Charities ) ; The Wear- 
ing and Care of Your Contact Lenses (Barnes- 
Hinds, Inc.); Egaz Moniz of Portugal (Dr. 
Charles Van Buskirk); The Mountain (Carol 
P rods.). 

MILNER-FENWICK, INC. 

3800 Liberty Heights, Baltimore, Md. 21215 

Phone: (301) 664-4221 

Date of Incorporation: 1956 

Ervin M. .\lilner, President 

Glenn Burris, VP in charge of Production 

William Walsch, Jr., Production Supervisor 

Ted Kliman, Writcr-Direcior 
Services: Scripts, storyboards, hve photography, 
animation, industrial exhibits, sales presenta- 
tions, editing, opticals. Facilities: Sound stage, 
mobile studio van with 16/35mm equipment. 
All ser\ices and equipment for production 
lentals. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Portrait of a Team; The 
Willy Mays Shoto (ABC-TV Sports Net%vork); 
Searchers for Tomorrow (Gas and Electric Co.); 
Port Prcparidness (Maritime Administration); 
Block that Kick (Dept. of Health, Education 
and Welfare); S/;i//s for Progress (U.S. Dept. 
of Labor); Supply Overhaul; Visual Detection 
of Submarines from the Air (U.S. Naw); Cen- 
ter of Learning (U.S. Information Agency); 
Breaker with a Bonus (Westinghouse); Demand 
Decision ( Better Highways Information Founda- 
tion); Centrac (Acme Visible Records, Inc.); 
O'er the Ramparts We Watched (U.S. Rubber 
Co.); Prehide to Taps (U.S. Army). TV Com- 
mercials: for Ford Motor Co., Westinghouse, 
President's Ojuncil for Physical Fitness, and 
National Beer. 

MONUMENTAL FILMS & RECORDINGS, INC. 

2160 Rockrose Ave., Baltimore, Maryland 
Phone: (301) 542-8313 
Date of Organization: 1930 
John D. A'Hem, President & Producer 
Vernon Spedden, Vice-President 
C. Wilbur Taylor, Secretary 
Eric Underwood, Editorial Chief 
Judith Clodfclter, Editor 
Daniel Lvons, Editor 
Harding Roberts, Camera Technician 
Norman Shaw, Camera Technician 
William O'Connor, Aninuilion Director 
Geraldine Strempo, Artist & Animator 
Patricia A. Deitrich, Office Manager 
Services: Scripting, motion picture services, 
editorial sen-ices, sound recording, narration and 
voice, music sound effects, slidefilms, slides, TV 
commercials, industrial, commercial and educa- 
tional films, sound recordings. Facilities: 
Sound studios; motion picture shooting stage; 
animation stand, BNC Mitchell, Aniflex, B & H, 
■Auricon cameras; Cine specials, doUies; blimps; 



MONUMENTAL FILMS & RECORDINGS: 

stage and location lighting, art department; re- 
cording studio with interlock projection; Ampex 
stereo console and allied recording equipment, 
90' X 70' sound shooting stage; two smaller 
sound stages. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTiO-N Pictures: Chance of a Lifetime (Amer- 
ican Cancer Society— MP&SSF); Fundamentals 
of Laser Action (U.S. Air Force); The Mighty 
Oak (State of Mai-vland); The Strong, Ann of 
DeWalt (Black and Decker); The America 
Negro in Profile (Afro-American). 



VIRGINIA 

HAYCOX PHOTORAMIC, INC. 

1531 Early Street, Norfolk, Va. 23502 

Phone: (703) 855-1911 

Date of Organization: 1956 

George Banks Haycox, President 

Ernie B. Hamblin, Executive Vice President 

Robert Fischbeck, Vice-President/ Commercial 
Div. 

James E. Mays, Director of Scripts 

Taylor B. Lewis, Vice President-Nat'l 
Accounts 

James C. Cando, Director, Motion Picture 
Div. 

Joseph Mclntire, Production Manager 

William Garthwaite, Editorial Dept. 
Services: Complete motion picture production 
services; storyboards and script writing, set de- 
sign, art and animation, 16mm and 35mm pro- 
duction, casting, music selection and sound re- 
cording, editorial service and special effects. 
Slidefilm design and production. Motion pic- 
tures for sales, training, public information, TV 
medical research and instniction. FACiLmEs: 
Equipped sound stage, 16mm and 35mm cam- 
eras, location lighting and sound recording 
equipment, mobile capabilities. 16mm and 
35mm animation stand and cre;itive art facilities. 
Editing, sound recording, music selection, 
screening and conference rooms. Specialized 
equipment for medical and scientific photog- 
raphy. 16mm b&w reversal processing. Full 
color and b&w still facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Christmas in Tidewater; 
Gardens Inj the Sea (Atlantic National Adv.); 
Rx for Boating Safety & Pleasure (Common- 
wealth of Va.); Down to the Sea Again (The 
Mariners Musemn); Teamwork for Profits (F.S. 
Royster Guano Co.); A Gnathological Approach 
to A Full Mouth Reconstruetion (Norfolk 
Gnathological Society); Lingual Frenum (Drs. 
Hoiton Crawford & Adamson); Neptune High- 
Ughts 1967 (Norfolk Professional Sports Inc.). 
Slidefilms: The Golden Year of Service (Amer- 
ican Red Cross); To Tell the Truth {about 
Nurses) (Norfolk General Hospital); Cii'i; De- 
fen.fe in tlie Nuclear Age (Norfolk Office of 
Civil Defense); Food for Tomorrow (F. S. Roy- 
ster Guano Co.); Water Treatment-3 parts (Vir- 
ginia Chemical Co.). TV Commerci.als: for 
Butter-Nut Bread (Amer. Bakers Co-Operative 
Adv.); Marva Maid Milk Products (Chesa- 
peake .'\dv.); City of Norfolk, tourism (.Atlantic 
National Adv.); Carroll's Hamburgers (Adver- 
tising Dynamics Adv.); Lewis Chevrolet 
(Chesapeake Adv.). 

COMMONWEALTH MOTION PICTURES 

2020 Sludd St., Richmond, \ a. 
Phone: 353-4151 

Date of Organization: 1966 
John E Nelson, Co-Owner 
Roger R. Robinson, Co-Owner 
Elsie Green. Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Motion pictures, TV fihiis and com- 



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COMMONWEALTH MOTION PICTURES: 

mercials. Facilities: 16mm cinematography, 
editing and color printing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Ice Disaster 1967 (C&P 
Telephone Co.); Bulk Bun Packer (American 
Machine & Foundry). T\" Commebci.\ls: for 
Christian Childrens Fund (Cabel! Eanes Adv.); 
and Miller & Rhodes Department Stores (Liller, 
Neal, Battle & Lindsey Adv.). 

FRED I. FRECHETTE 
MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTIONS 

4615 West Broad St., Richmond, Va. 23230 

Phone: (703) 355-5332 

Date of Organization: 1963 

Fred L. Frechette, OtciierAVritcr-Director- 
Produccr 

Gwen Denton, Asst. to Producer 
Services: Creation and production of motion 
pictures. Facilities: Not stated. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: Car 113S20, WJwre An You? 
and Full Speed Ahead (Penns\lvania Railroad); 
Eddie's Wonderful World (Philadelphia United 
Fund); Double Enln/ (United Givers Fund of 
Richmond); Tin' Rit'er that Runs Uphill (Ap- 
palachian Power Co. I: Metroliner! (Penn Cen- 
tral Railroad); The Sybarite Syndrome (Presby- 
terian Synod of Virginia). TV Commerclu-s: 
for Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Christian 
Children's Fund (Cabell E;ines) and Penn. Cen- 
tral RR. 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Metropolitan Philadelphia Area 

ANIMATION ARTS ASSOCIATES, INC. 
1528 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19102 
Phone: (215) PE 5-0664 

Date of Organization: 1963 
Harr\' E. Ziegler, [r.. President 
Alice May Ziegler, Secretari// Treasurer 
Frank D. Hines, General Manager 
Leonard E. Cooper, Vice President 
Darvvood F. Taylor, Animation Director 
Richard P. Horwitz, Creative Art Director 
Adelaide I. Clymer, Securitt/ Officer 
Services: Technical and cartoon animation: mo- 
tion ictures, stripfilms. slidefilms, .storyboards, 
special effects titles. Facilities; Creative ani- 
mation art dcpartiMcnt with complete Acme and 
Oxberr\' ]")lotting cf|uipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictitu-.s: Minuteman 111 Re-Enlrtj 
Systems Design and Mission (General Electric 
Co.— Re-Entrv Systems Dept.); Corning; Class-K 
Miniature Glass Capacitors (Corning Class 
Works); Mass Into Energy (Westinghouse Elec- 
tric Corp.); Structures of Success ( Johns-Man- 
ville). Slidefilms: Industrial Hydraulics Sys- 
tems and Fluids (Sun Oil Co.); the History of 
the Insurance Co. of Xorth America (Bob Hills 
Productions). Slide Presentations; The Think- 
ing Machine: The Speech Chain (Bell Tele- 
phone Co. of Peruisylvaiiia) ; Individualize; Hos- 
pital Sp//ing (Wycth E;iboratories, Inc.). TV 
Commercials: for Blue Cross & Blue Shield 
(Edward C. Michcner Associates, Inc.); Booth's 
Beverages (La\enson Bureau of Advertising 
Inc.). 

All the Facts You Need to Know 

•{t Concise, accurate data on film production 
sources throughout the world appears in these 
pages. The Inner is iinilcd to preview current 
pictures made by listed companies; the nature of 
their experience is noted under Client References. 



CALVIN-DE FRENES CORPORATION 
1909 Buttonwood St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

19130 
Phone: (215) 563-1686 

Date of Organization ; 1916 
Date of Reincorporation: 1963 

Stephen A. Ciechon, President 
Gene A. Carr. Vice President 
William T. Duff\-, Office Manager 
Russell K. Spear, Director of Mareting 
John Heidenreich, Service Director 
Edward B. Maguire, Equipment Sales & 

Rental Aaent 
Jack Mehlbaum, Director of Photography 
Herbert Cardwell. Cincmato^raphcr 
Edward Wanninski, Still Photographer 
Henry D. .McKee, Art & Animation Director 
Robert R. CoUom, Sound Director 
John Goraj, Plant Manager/Set Designer 
lack Polito, Special Effects 
Paul Scaraniucci. Editorial Super. 
Robert MacDonidd, Film Editor 
William Devinne\', Film Editor 

Services; Motion picture and slidefilm produc- 
tion from script to release printing. Motivation- 
al films for business, education, government, re- 
ligion, health, commimity & social service, rec- 
reation, T\', experimental a\'ant garde and en- 
tertainment. Facilities; Three-story studio 
building with self-contained facilities designed 
exclusivelv for 16inm and 35iimi motion pic- 
ture production. 60 x 60 x 20 sound stage. 
Camera, lighting and sound recording equip- 
ment for studio and location filming of 16/35- 
mm, silent sound, color/b&w subjects. Art, an- 
imation, titling and special effects depts. with 
OxberPi' stand for animation photography of 
any complexit\'. Sound department equipped to 
perform both s\nchronous and wild recording, 
as well as music and sound effects scoring in 
a number of modes; 16nim and 35mm optical 
and magnetic tracks and W magnetic tracks 
.with Rangertone or Pilotone syTic-signal trans- 
lation capabilities); bank of one optical and 
four magnetic phonos available for nmltiple-roll 
mixing through a custom-designed five-tMiannel 
mixing console; se\eral music and effects li- 
braries; acousticall\'-lreated booth for record- 
ing narration either wild or to sync projected 
picture. Five editori;iI rooms, film storage \"ault 
and fully-equipped still photograpliic darkroom. 
Studio and equipment rental and sales. Set de- 
sign and construction, carpenter shop. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; Path to Safety (Federal A\i- 
ation Agency); Instant Experience (Du Pont 
de Nemours); The Silent Thief; and Guardians 
of a Treasure (Penna. Dept. of Health); RADS 
Project Film Report .\'o. 1 (Burroughs Corp.); 
The Long Shadow of Luther; The Hunger Gap; 
The Chri.<itiun Man in Politics (LulluT.m Board 
of Publication); Milk and the .Multitudes 
(Penna. Dept. of Agriculture); The Guardians 
Women's S.P.C.A. of Penna.); 1967 Highlights 
Office of Space Science A p p lie a t ions 
(N.A.S.A.); A Home Along the Way (Penna. 
Game Commission); Stop. Look and Listen; The 
Antique Man; The SCOREboard (Sm.all Busi- 
ness Administration); First Aid for Strains & 
Sprains; Shipboard Interior Communications; 
.'\ireraft Catapult and Arresting Gear; Flnginc 
Generator, Frequency Regulation; Boiler Wa- 
ter Conductivity Test; Marine Corps Unified 
Material Management Si/stcm (.\IUMMS) — 
Distribution System and Operational System (2 
filnisl (all for the U.S. Niivv); They Know 
What They Want; No One Told Mc; Test Votir 
Suggest ABILlTy; Think Tall - Sell Up to 
Quality (.Anne Saum & .Associates); 12 Dance 
Curriculum Films (Phila. Dance Academy)- 
T\' Commercials: for Renuzit Spray Sl:irch 
(Hanover Food Products Ringold-K.ilish) ; 
Acme Markets, Mrs. Paul Kitchen's (.\itkiii-Ky- 
nett Co.); Garden State Raceway, etc. 



MID-ATUANTIC STATES 



Close Productions 
114 N. \\ ayne Ave., Wa>m', Pa. 19087 
Phone: (215) MU 8-1268 
David J. Flood. Creative Vice President 
(See complete listing under Florida) 



CORNELL VISUAL AIDS COMPANY 

6910 Market St., Upper Darby, Pa. 19082 

Phone: (215) JA 8-5494 

Date of Organization: 1958 

L. W. Cornell, Crca(ii;e Director 

T. W. Parker. Arf Director 

R. A. Parker, Still Photography 

L. H. Fireng. Photography Director 

J. G. Foley, Sound Recording 
Services: Audio-visual presentations: slides, 
filmstrips, sound slidefilms, associated promo- 
tional literature, sales and ser\ice. Facilities: 
Script writing, art, sound recording studio; still 
photograpln- and motion picture facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibe: What Would We Do With- 
out-? (.Astcn-Hill Mfg. Co.); SLii)EFn.MS: RF 
Trans-mission System Testing ( Jerrold Elec- 
tronics Corp.); Direct-Drive Engine Operation 
(. A vco/L\ coming Corp.); Move Up-With Air 
Treads (Air Treads, Inc.); Ultrasonic Ring 
Welding (Aeroprojects Corp.). 

HENRY GREGG, INC. 

413 Upland Road. Havertown, Pa. 19083 

Phone: (215) 446-8143 

Date of Organization: 1962 

Date of Incorporation: 1967 

Henn.- Gregg, President 
Services: Audiovisual consultant service. 
Scripts; production of slide presentations, sound 
slidefilms, motion pictures; sales meetings, sales 
training and emplo>ee training programs, sales 
presentations; sales promotion and public re- 
lations jirograms. Facilities: -Art, photographic, 
filmstrip. motion picture and recording facili- 
ties available. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; President's Message (Quaker 
Oats Co./TPF&C); Free Entcriyrise and Ymi 
(North American Aviation/TPF&C ) . Slide- 
films: Heinemann Circttit Breakers (Heine- 
inann Electric Co./T.R. Sundheiin, Inc.); Iner- 
tia) Savigation Systems (U.S. Naval Air De\'t 
Ctr. Lewis Barr\'. Inc.); Brand Policy Deter- 
mination (Marketing Science Institute. Meet- 
ing Feature: Vive La Difference (Atlas/Chem- 
ical Boh B;u-rv. Inc.). 

LeRoy Motion Production Studios 
1208 E. Clivevcn St., Philadelphia. Pa. 19119 
Phone: (215) LI 8-6911 
(See complete listing under New York City) 

RALPH LOPATIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

172S (.:lu n> St., Phil.ulilphia. Pa. 19103 

Phone (215) LOcust 8-6644 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Ralph Lopatin. President 

George M. .\dams, Vice-President 

Mich:iel Le\anios, Jr., \'irc-Prr.?i</<-iif 

Robert .\. Wolber. Vice-President. Gen. Mgr. 
Services: Live photography, recording, anima- 
tion, tilling, editing, film distribution, filma- 
grnph. FACU-mEs; Air-conditioned studio, of- 
fices, editing room, animation dept.; screening 
rooms with 16mm interlock; dressing rooms,' 
workshop, camera loading room. 16 & 35min 
synchronous camer.is; Magna-Tech S)Tic sound 
equipment; editing, lighting, dolly, Moviola 



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RALPH LOPATIN PRODUCTIONS: 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictt-bes: What's the Bis, Idea (Na- 
tional Association of Suggestion Systems); Com- 
mon Sense ( Pennsv Kania State Education 
Assn.); On Your Mark (^\merican Patent Law 
Assn.); The Inside Story (.'Vmerican Viscose 
Co.); and Tctran (Pennsalt Chemical Co.). 



MUTSCHMANN FILMS 

520 Lincoln Higliwa>' Frazer, Pa. 19355 

Phone: (215) 647-2260 

Date of Organization: 1964 

W. F. Mutschmann, Executive Producer 

Edward Brown, Office Manager 

M. G. Mutschmann, Production Manager 
Services: 8 & 16mm motion pictm-es, slide 
films, color and black and white photography, 
script to screen in-house capability, art and de- 
sign for animation. Facilities: Eclair, Arri, and 
Cine cameras. Sound stage, editing, art studio 
and location lighting equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictuhes: Forbon Report (NVF Co.); 
Parade (Bell of Pa.); Atomic Absorption (Jar- 
rell-Ash Co.); Your Track to Profit (Reading 
Co.); Jim Cox Reporting (Lancaster County 
United Fund); Avistrapper (American Viscose 
Div., FMC Co.); Land Rectmnation (Eastern 
Land Reclamation Co.); Trash Train (Reading 
Co.). TV Commercials: for Septa (Lewis & 
Gilman); Pa. Assn. of Railroads; Reading Co. 
(Lewis & Gilman). Multimedl^ Presenta- 
tions: for Optical Scanning Corp., and Perkin 
Elmer Corp. 



NFL FILMS, INC. 

250 N. 13th St.. Philadelphia. Pa. 19107 
Phone: (215) LO 3-6413 

Branch: One Rockefeller Plaza, Suite 791, 
Xew York. N.Y. 10020 Phone: (212) 765- 
2050 

Ed Sabol, President 

Daniel Endv, Asst. to President 

Harry Weltman, Vice-President charge of 
Marketing 

John J. Hentz, Vice-President charge of 
Production 

David Mar.\, Director of Plwtography 

John Mullen, Comptroller 

Arthur Spiellcr, Production Manag,er 

Conley Benfield, Production Supervisor 

Steve Sabol, Producer-Director 

Chris Shoch, Producer-Director 

Robert R\an. Producer-Director 

Mike McGuire, Producer-Director 

Ed Loosli, Producer-Director 

|im Balder, Producer-Director 

Frank DeCola, Musical Director 

Stanley Leshner, Film Library Director 

Inez Aimee, TV Sales 
Services: Official motion picture production 
unit for member teams in the National Foot- 
ball League. Facilities: All necessary equip- 
ment and facilities for production of all phases 
of NFL football. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: NFL Game of the Week; 
NFL East; NFL West; CBS Pre-Came Show 
(TV .syndication, CBS); and NFL Action (TV 
Syndication— American Express Co.). 



'^^ this symbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in this 18th Production Review issue. 



J. M. PRICE AUDIO-VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 

2100 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 

Phone: (215) LO 8-1683 

Date of Organization: 1962 

John M. Price, Oitner & Producer 

EUzabeth S. Price, Production Asst. 
Services: Multiple - projection audio - visual 
shows; slidefilms; motion pictures; sound tracks 
for films; complete script and design service. 
Facilities: Recording, including 5 Arnpex and 
3 Nagra tape recorders; art, design and photo- 
graphic facilities; studios and cameras of asso- 
ciates used for motion picture work. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Spectrum (Permacel Electrical 
Tapes); A/pine Fantasy (JP Travel Enter- 
prises); Welcome to Dairy Land (Penn Dair- 
ies); The P/M Story (Metal Powder Industries 
Federation); The Widetung Worlds of Weston 
(Weston Insti-uments); The Mannington Race 
for Space (Mannington Mills). Multiple Pro- 
jection Show: Why Philadelphia? (City of 
Philadelphia 1976 Bicentennial Corp.). 

Metropolitan Pittsburgh Area 

THE ANIMATORS 

1104 Keenan Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 

Phone: (412) 391-2550 

Date of Organization: 1959 

Robert A. Wolcott, Owner/Prod. Manager 

Carol M. Heuber, Office Manager 

Lekuid Hartman, Chief Animator 
Services: Designed and /or animated motion 
pictures for television and industry, 16/35mm, 
color & B&W; Sound slidefilm production. Fa- 
dLiTiEs: writing, stor\board, scoring, art and 
editorial; Oxberry 16/35mm animation stand; 
screening room, art and animation studio, edi- 
torial facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Modern Seamless (U.S. 
Steel). Slidefilm: Lineoln Homes (Jav Reich 
Adv.). TV Commercials: for Kaufmann's 
(Feldman & K;ihn); Mellon Bank (Fuller, Smith 
&Ross). 



Dynamic Films, Inc. 

130 Seventh St.. Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 
Phone: (412) 471-2780 
William Matthews, Manager 
(See complete hsting under New York City) 



The Jam Handy Organization, Inc. 
Pittsburgh, Peraisylvania 
Phone: (412) ZE 0143 
(See complete hsting under Detroit area) 



WILLIAM W. MATTHEWS & CO., INC. 
130 Seventh Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 
Phone: (412) 471-2780 
Date of Organization: 1960 
Date of Incorporation: 1966 

William W. Matthews, President/Producer 
Katharine W. Matthews, Vice-President 
Anita W. Rice, Secretary, Treasurer 
Louis Sisk, Vice President, Production 
B. F. Jones. Vice President, Plannina 
Bernadette Onaitis, Resident Artist 
Don Lew, Lecturer, Advisor (Alfilms, Inc.) 
Services: Industrial motion pictures, shows, 
filmstrips, slide shows. T\'-PR films, writing, 



WILLIAM W. MATTHEWS 8> COMPANY: 

photogiaphy, editing and film recording. Also 
sales meetings and presentations. Facilities: 
Studios, portable hghting and camera equipment 
for 8/16/35mm motion picture production. Still 
photographv. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Innovation in Mobility (U.S. 
Steel Corp.); R.V for Learning (University of 
Pittsburgh); The It^sulators ( Sinclair- Koppers); 
Color in Concrete (PPG Industries). TV Com- 
mercials: for Natural Gas Companies (Ketch- 
um, MacLeod & Grove). 



MODE-ART PICTURES, INC. 

1022 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219 

Phone: (412) 391-1846 

Date of Organization; 1938 

James L. Baker, Chairman of the Board & 
Chief Executive Officer 

Robert L. Stone, President 

Ernest A. Eg\ed, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: A complete motion picture produc- 
tion company specializing in communications of 
sales promotion, public image, educational and 
tele\ision productions. Facilities: Mitchell and 
Arriflex cameras; editorial (1, 2 or 6 head Movi- 
olas) for 16'35mm picture and track editorial 
synchronizers with tape heads; foot pedal hot 
splicers; screening facilities including selsyn sync 
16/35mm picture and track; lighting equipment 
includes full arc tungsten complement for stu- 
dio or location shooting; mobile equipment with 
3000 amp generator; recording studio; recording 
studio complete for photography and 8 channel 
mixing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti'res: The Ultimate Research; A 
Case History; Breakthrough (U.S. Steel Corp.); 
Sheet Steel for the Midwest; Tinplate for the 
Midwest (Bethlehem Steel Corp.). 

RAY STEWART FILM PRODUCTIONS 

132 Oak-vvood Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15229 

Phone: (412) 931-1030 

Date of Organization: 1965 

Ray Stewart, Executive Producer 
Services: Sales promotion, public information 
and documentary films in S/16/35mm. Travel 
and location photography, Fiknograph produc- 
tions and collateral services, editing and pho- 
tographv. Facilities: Cameras, sound record- 
ing and editing equipment; special equipment 
for Filinograph and multi-screen presentations 
and interlocking motion picture and slide pro- 
jection equipment. Camera equipment and pho- 
to I:ib for still photography. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: High Energy Civilization 
(.\luminum Co. of America); Joy Waste Reduc- 
tion Equipment (Joy Mfg. Co., Centriblast 
Div.); Pre-School Day Camp (Pittsburgh Board 
of Public Education). TV Spots; Heart Funds 
(for Western Penns\l\ania and Penns\lvania 
Heart Association). Slidefilms: Municipal 
Refuse Di^osal System (Jov Mfg. Co., Centri- 
blast Div.); Q Svstem (self-sponsored). TV 
Commercials; for McSorle\"s Restaurant, Inc. 



Sound Advice for the Film Buyer 

•sir A careful study of the prospe<ti\e pro- 
ducer's listing text is a prerequisite to film 
buving. See the pictures listed by the com- 
jKuiv; note the natiue of client references. 
And if the prospective producer isn't listed 
in these pages visit his facilities; meet per- 
manent staff personnel and view current 
pictures identified as his own productions. 



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Other Pennsylvania Cities 

WALTER G. O'CONNOR COMPANY 
100 \. Cameron St., Harrisburg, Pa. 
Phone:(717)234-3925 
Date of Organization: 1960 
Walter G. O'Connor, President 
George A. McNuItj', Jr., Vice-President & 

Exec. Producer 
Donald B. McElw-in, Production Manager 
Services: Script to screen production of motion 
pictures and slidefilms, including pubLc rela- 
tions and public service, industrial training and 
sales, educational, reports, live action and ani- 
mated T\' commercials. Also disc recordings, 
etc. F.\crLrnES: 4,600 square feet studio space 
including sound stage; post-recording, projec- 
tion, sound recording and mmng rooms; editing; 
animation stand; complete basic filming equip- 
ment; art department. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Think Colorful Thoughts 
(Armstrong Cork Co.); Three Steps Ahead 
(Philco-Ford Corp.); Voltage Regulator Presen- 
tation (Westinghouse); Comho Line Connector 
(AMP, Inc.). SLroEFiLM: What A Wonderful 
World to Hear (Penna Hearing Aid ^^ssn.). 

CORPORATE BUSINESS FILMS 

107 Ridge Pike, Conshohocken, Pa. 19428 
Phone: (213) 825-2700 
Date of Organization: 1965 

Joseph Fox. President 

Steven West, Cen. Hgr., Executive Prod. 

George Dolan, Director, Cinematography 

Janice West. Arf Director 

J. Malion, Director, Adminktration 
Services: 16. .3.5mm motion pictures: 16mm, 
35mm sound filmstrips; 35mm. 2!i" x 2J5" slide 
series; multi-screen, multi-media production for 
sales meetings. F-vciLrriES: studio for motion 
picture and still photographx'; art studio; sound 
recording facilities in-house. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictures: 1967 Adccrtking Program 
(James Lees & Sons); The Rediscovered Art 
(Shellv Bros. Cand\- Mfg. Co.): Mechanized 
Containerization in Plu/sical Distribution Indus- 
try rStrick Trailers): The Tyrap Story (Thomas 
& Betts Co.) The 12 Deadly Sins of Sellins 
(self-sponsored). Slidefilms: A Sylvan Pool 
for Everyone (S\Ivan Pools. Inc.); Home Elec- 
trict Healing Story (Phil. Electric Co.): The 
Trend to Tomorrow (ITT'Xesbitt Air Condi- 
tioning Div.): Yale, Your Port of Call (Yale 
Lift Tnick Di\-.. Eaton. Yale & TowTie Inc.) 
The Diamond Packaging Story (Diamond Na- 
tion.il Corp.). 

H. G. PETERS & COMPANY, INC. 
(formerly Production Associates, Inc.) 
.525 Mildred Ave. Prinins. Pa. 190IS 
Phone: MA 6-6.500 
Date of Organization: 1965 

Hugh G. Peters, President 

N'elson Case, Jr., Exec. VP & Genera/ 
Manager 

Dianne Stewart Peters, Trea-iurer 

Lowell Shaffer, Creative Director 

Peter Montefusco, Directory of Photography 
Services: Motion pictures (16 & 3.5mm); shde- 
films; T\' commercials; specialt\ macro and 
micro photogniph) ; time lapse, high speed, mo- 
tion study. F.\ciLiTiEs: Sound stage and studios; 
creative department; Oxberrv' animation with 
aerial image: 16 & .3.5mm production equipment 
with Mitchell's and .■\rri's; sound recording with 
RC.^ and .^mpcx equipment; % inch 16 & .35mm 
magnetic; all 16 3.5mm interlocks; dual 3.5mm 



H. G. PETERS AND COMPANY: 

arc projection anv system; 16mm arc proiection; 
editing services. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictt-bes: fiC.A on the Move; Logic on 
a Chip (RCA); The Adm. William M. Cal- 
laghan (Sun Shipbuilding Co.); Depth of Our 
Roo^s (Sperrv- Road); Energy on the Move 
(Columbia Gas Systems): Dulite; Fashion in 
Sports (DuPont); The Second Step (Westing- 
house); On the Way by Air (All American Engi- 
neering Corp.); Road to Anywhere (NatT 
Asphalt Paving Assn.). T\' Commercl\ls: for 
Compoz (Werman & Schorr); Wise Potato 
Chips (Lvim Organization); Niagara Mohawk 
(BBD&O); RCA (J. Walter Thompson); BeU 
Telephone Co. (Gra\- & Rogers); Bachman- 
lacks (Amdt. Preston, Chapin, Lamb & Keen) 
Wurlitzer (Schaeffer Adv.); Psore.x (Emerson 
Foote). 



ALABAMA 

Addington Associates, Inc. 

Motion Picture Productions 

2805 Crescent Ave., Homewood. Alabama 

33209 
Phone: (205) 871-2644 
John A. ^\'illding, Res.ional Sales Manager 
(See complete listing under Dallas, Texas) 

SPOTTSWOOD STUDIOS 
2524 Old Shell Rd.. Mobile, Ala. 36607 
Phone: (205) 478-9393 
Date of Organization: 1952 
Manning Spottsvvood. Otcner, Producer 
George Layne. Production 
Maribeth Spottswood. Office Manager 
John S. Spottswood. Jr.. Production 
Services: Producers of 16 3.5mm films, slide 
films, filmstrips. television commercials, com- 
mercial photography. F.vcilities: Equipped for 
all tvpes of sound and silent motion picture and 
filmstrip productions; location photography. 
Equipment includes .Arriflex. Bach-.\uricon cam- 
eras. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PicTi RES: Who Cares .\bout Jim^ (.■\la- 
bama Baptist Children's Home); Port of Mobile 
C.Mabama State Docks): .Athletic Equipment 
f Ditmars-Forest Industries): Perspectives in 
Public Health (Alabama Public Health Dept.); 
Wonderful Town (Mobile .Area Chamber of 
Commerce). 



FLORIDA 



COPRI INERNATIONAL FILMS, INC. 

9S3 S.W. M M., Miami, Florida 331.30 

Phone: (305) 377-2081 

Date of Organization: 195.5 

Eugene .\. Prinz. President 

Mark Harris. C/ii<-/ Director 

lose D. tie X'illcgas, .Animation Director 

Reiilx-n Gubrmiaii, C/ii</ Writer 

Sarino R. Costanzo, Secretary 

Manny San Fernando. Production Manager 
Services: Theatrical feahires; English dubbing; 
animation, T\' commerci;ils. industrials. Facili- 
ties: Sound 16 .35nun: language dubbing; art 
staff; Oxberrx animation stand; recording & mix- 
ing stages; si. iff wriliTs; iliri-i liirs: canuT;mien, 
etc. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSOR? 
Motion Picttbes: better Cakes . . . More 
Profit (Standard Brands); Some Like It Cool; 
Romance in .Athens; Crazy Family: Alice in the 
.Vary (Seven .Arts). 



SOUTHEAST REGION 



Metropolitan Miami Area 
CORONADO STUDIOS 

266 N.E. 70th St.. Miami, Florida 33138 

Phone: (303) 731-1853 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Date of Incorporation: 1962 

Fred L. Singer. President 

Hal Kaye, Still Photographer/ Stylist 

Julio Chavez, Director of Photog,raphy/ 
Editorial 

Toby Ross, TV Commercial/Documentary 
Sales 

S. Bruce Beattie, Vice President, Marketing 

Rita S. Castaldo, Secretary/Receptionist 
Services; Film communication services. TV 
commercials, documentary films. 16 3.5mm film- 
strips for sales and training and corporate man- 
agement film reports. Producer 'distributor for 
Audiscan s\-stem. F.^cn-mEs; 16 '3.5mm editing 
rooms, 60x70 ft. shooting stage with 60 ft. 
cyclorama, dressing and make-up room. 16/ 
35mm motion pictiire cameras, doUv, Xagra 
sound svstem. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
T\' CoM.viERCLVLS: Mks U.S.A.: Lemon/Lime; 
Train Robbery: Pirates (Diet-Rite Cola/D'Arcy 
.Advertising Co.); Mks Universe (Royal Crown 
Cola D'.Arcv' .Advtg. Co.); Yumbo:' Proud to 
Serve; Meal at the Wheel; Little Girl and Doll; 
and Boy & Dog ( Burger King Hume. Smith 
Mickelbcrrv- .KAv. Co.); Planes and Birds (Mar- 
co Island. Deltona Corp. Patrick Duffy Adv. 
Co.): Old Man & Car; Inventory — So Parts; 
Muffler Specialists (Midas Nluffler Hume, 
Smith, Mickeleberry .Adv. Co.l; Penny; Hohum 
Way (Holsum Bread /Hume, Smith. Mickele- 
berry -Advtg.); Fhre Extinguishers; Motor 
Cycles; Air Conditioners; Tape Desks; Shock 
Absorbers (Sears Roebuck' Hume. Smith 
Mickeeleberrv .Adv.). T Mimis 15 (Florida 
State Dev't Coiimi./ Education Dept.). 



REELA FILMS. INC 
(Division of Wometco Enterprises, Inc.) 
63 N.W. Third Street. Ml:>mi, Fla. 33128 
Phone: (303) 377-2611 
Date of Incorporation: 1951 

Stanlev L. Stem. President 
F. F. (Ted) Sack, VP General Manager 
.Al Dempsev, Production Manager 
Hal Burnett, Laltoratory Manager 
Trevette Wilson, Technical Director 
Joe Romano. Bu.finess Manager 
Ed Thompson. Still Dept. Manager 
Les Heicr. Expediter 
Services: Laboratorv: processing of 3.5mm color 
& b vv |xisiti\ e negative, sound tracks, hi-con- 
trast; 16mm color & b vv positive negative, and 
reversal positive negative equipment is hi-speed 
spray, color revers,il equipment is hi-speed with 
Ektiichrome Commercial Origin.d (ECO 72.55) 
and ME 4 (ER) capahililics. Printing: double 
S 16 3.5mm and super Smm blow-up and 3.5 16 
reduction, scene-to-scene color correction on 
B&II Motlcl C plus full line of contact printing 
on B&H .-ind DuPugh equipment. rltr.isonic 
cleaning; 16 .35mm print-thru or yellow -lettered 
e<lge numbering. Sovmd: studio & lix-ation re- 
i-ording ( N'agra. .Anipex. Magna Sync, sync or 
wild; 16 ,35mm multi-channel mixing: 16 3.5mm 
HC.A optical tnmsfers. 16 3.5inm interlock pro- 
jection for screening or post recording; miLsic 
and sound effects selection. Eilitorial; complete 
editori.ll services including 16 3-5mm editing 
e<|uipmenl. .Animation art. preparation and 
pholographv. Kinescope transfers of video tape 



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SOUTHEAST KSGION: 

REELA FILMS INCORPORATED: 

-recordings: film vaulting and library print sen'- 
ice. Complete variety Eastman Kodak profes- 
sional filin products. Contract production crews 
and personnel and special requests. Facilities: 
40' .\ 4.5' sound stage complete with lighting 
control boards, dark room & dressing rooms. 2 
fully equipped recording studios complete with 
dubbing, narration and projection facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictl-res: Marco Island Industrial 
(Mackle Brothers): Arthur Godfrey (In-Sink- 
Erator Corp.): Wometco Log,o (Wometco 
Enterprises ) ; TV Commebclils : for Okrin Pest 
Control (Orkin E.xterniinating/ Kinro Ad\tg. 
Agcy. ); St. Moritz Cigarettes (Pearl & Dean, 
London). 

SOUNDAC COLOR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

2209 S.W. 59th TciTacc, P.O. Box 2167, 
Hollywood, Fla. 33022 

Phone: (305) 94.5-0562 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Robert D. Buchanan, Exec. Vicc-Fresidcnt- 
Gcn. ilgr. 

Richard H. Oilman, President 

Clarence M. Schleh, Jr. Vice-President. Dir. 
Production 

Robert Biddlecom, Technical Director 
Services: Motion pictures for T\', sales training, 
education, public relations: specializing in ani- 
mation and animated syndicated sen'ices for 
TV. Advertising consultation and creation of 
point-of-material. Special experience in Spanish 
language production for theater and TV adver- 
tising. F..\c:iLiTiES: Complete production equip- 
ment for 16mm color; OxbeiT\' animation stand; 
Maurer, .^rriflex cameras; lighting and sound 
equipment for studio and location production. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picture (TV): ColorSkope (Mark 
Centur\- Sales Corp., N.Y.); TV Co.\imercl\ls: 
Bel-Aire (Consolidated Brands/ Corbin-Comp- 
ton Ltd., Jamaica); Charleifs Rum (McVlillan 
Advtg., Jamaica); Lihhij's (Lennen & NeweU 
of P.R.); Soi((/i Pacific Restaurants (Creative 
Consultants). 

TEL-AIR INTERESTS, INC. 

1755 N.E. 149th St., Miami, Florida 3316S 

Phone: (305) 949-8611 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Grant H. Gravitt, President 

Charles .^Uen, Vice President 

M. L. Gravitt, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Motion picture production, cinema- 
tographv, editing, sound recording, script writ- 
ing, record pressing, high speed audio tape dup- 
licating, distribution. Facilities: 16/35mm mo- 
tion picture equipment; Y* inch and 16mm re- 
cording with electrical interlok Ampex, and 
Magnas\Tic; studio; narration booth; editing 
room; music and sound effects. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Gret/hound Derby (13 
episodes) (Creative Marketing, Inc.); 1967 
Miss U.S.A. Pageant (Royal Crowii Cola Co.); 
1967 Miss Universe Pageant (Alo Creme Labs, 
Inc.); International Champi(m.s (Gulfstieam 
Park); and Action Center U.S.A. (Orlando 
Chamber of Commerce). 

Van Praag Productions, Inc. 
Studio City, 1954 N.E. 151st St., North 

Miami, Florida 33162 
Phone: (305) 949-4557 
Jerr\- \Vinters, Manager 
(For complete listing see New York City) 



V 



Fort Lauderdale Area 



CINEMATOGRAPHY 

812 S.W . 4th PI., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla, 33312 

Phone: (305) 522-7709 

Date of Organization: Januar\', 1967 

Richard Winer, Cameraman-Producer 

Rita Winer, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Documentarv, engineering, promo- 
tional and underwater filming in 16 and 35mm. 
Facilities; Arriflex, Auricon & Rebikoff un- 
derwater cameras, two man submarine w/cam- 
era mounts, 42' sail and diesel camera boat, 
Bahama and Caribbean locations. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; A Critical Look at the World 
(Royalty Productions); Comanche 42 (Chris 
Craft Coip.); Wonder Buotj (General Electric); 
The Last Ride (U.S. Army); Where the Old 
West Comes Alive (Pioneer City). 

Filmex South Incorporated 

2801 East Oakland Park Boulevard, Fort 

Lauderdale, Florida 
Phone: (305) 564: 7671 
Jack Drur\', Executive in Charge 

(See listing of Filmex, Inc. New York) 

GOODWAY, INC. 

2801 E. Oakland Park Blvd.. Ft. Lauderdale, 

Florida 33306 

Phone: (305) 563-3166 

Date of Organization: 1929 

Ber\'l J. Wolk, President 

Donald L. Wolk, Exec. Vice President 

Stuart B. Mclver, Manager, Writer-Director 

David R. Englund, Director of Photography 

Richard B. Logan, Editorial Director 

Robert DaiTach, Art Director 

Robert Legler, Sales 
Services: Production of 16mni industrial, busi- 
ness, sales promotion, training, public relations 
and technical motion pictures from research and 
script to release printing. TV commercials. 
F.4CILITIES: Studio, editorial and office facilities; 
AiTiflex, Bell & Howell cameras; Moviola; Mag- 
nas\nc sound recording equipment; interlock 
screening; lighting equipment; equipment for 
underwater photogr;iph\', 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; Perry-Link Deep Diver 
(Ocean Sxstems, Inc.); Waterjet PropulHon 
Systems for High Speed Surface Vessek (Pratt 
& Whitney Aircraft); You Are Not Alone (Flor- 
ida Education Assn.); Things Are Looking 
Down (self-sponsored); Treasure Isle (Mac 
Arthm- Productions.). TV Commercials: for 
Red Barn System (Campbell-Dickey Advtg.). 

FLETCHER SMITH STUDIOS, INC. 

259 S.W. 21st Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Phone: (305) 581-7300 

Date of Organization; 1932 (New York City) 
Date of Incorporation: 1944 (New York City) 
Fletcher Smith, President 
Janet Smith, Vice-President 
NIarie A. Dehn, Secretary, Treasurer 
Services; Production of motion pictures for in- 
dustry and television, sound recording for mo- 
tion pictiues, records, radio. Scripts for TV and 
radio commercials, specializing in comedy. 
Facilities: Sound studio; editing and projec- 
tion; 16mm and 35mm equipment; music h- 
brar\'. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion PicruiuiS; Fun and Games; F<nicr Patio 
( Westinghouse Electric Corp.); Slidefilms; 
Step Changes in Patterns of Energy Supply; De- 
salinization Eorecast; Problems of Pollution 
(Weslinghouse Electric Corp.). T\' Commer- 
cials: for The Salvation Army; Streitman's 
Bread (Bread Marketers, Inc.) .and others. 



Other Florida Cities 
THE BARTON FILM COMPANY 
4853 Waller St., Jacksonville, Florida 32205 
Phone: (904) 389-4541 

Date of Organization: 1953 
Reorganized: 1965 

Donald E. Barton, President 

Lee O. Larew, Vice President 

Neil Mengel, Production Manager 

John Mincev, Photography 

Kenneth Hampson, Sound 

Rebecca Hvsler, Editing 

Bill Brady,' Art & Titles 

Gladys Canoll, Administrative As.^. 
Services: 16/ 35mm motion pictures for indus- 
ti-y, industr\- public relations, promotion, sales 
training, product infonuation, motivation, em- 
ployee indoctrination; TV commercials and pro- 
ductions. Complete creative, WTiting and pro- 
duction st<aff; producer services. Facilities: 
40' X 60' air-conditioned sound stage with 
heavy-duty lighting; 16mm and Sonun sound 
and silent photographic equipment; hydro- 
dolK'; interlok projection; complete editing facil- 
ities; separate nanation recording studio; music 
and sound effects library; animation and title 
stand, hot press titles; soimd mixing; talent file. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Design for Winning; The 
Big Squeeze (Florida Citrus Commission); 
Gator Bowl Highlights (Gator Bowl Assn.); 
Living Proof ( United Fund ) : Jacksonville— Ac- 
tion Port, USA (Jacksonville Port Authority). 
TV Commercl\ls; for Atlantic N.itional Bank 
(Tucker Wayne & Co.): Florida National Bank; 
Dair\' Queen (West & Evans, Inc.); Winn-DLxie 
Stores; Sunnyland Meats (Wm. W. Cook & 
Assoc. ) . 



LAWRENCE SMITH PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

3024 Lenox Ave., Jacksonville, Florida 32205 
Phone: (904) 781-2747 

Date of Organization: 1963 
Date of Incorporation; 1965 
LawTence V. Smith, President 
.\lbert St. Chiir Millar, Jr., Vice-President 
Dorian P. Smith, Secretary-Treasurer 
Janice M. Touchton, Bu.siness Manager 
Tony Kennedy, Editorial Services 
Donald H. Frady, Sound Services 
Elizabeth Potts, Administrative Asst. 
SEn\TCEs; production of 16 & 35nmi motion 
pictures for industrs', education, public relations 
and promotion. Specializing in TV commercLils, 
sponsored newsfilms, documentaiies and shde 
presentations. Production staff providing out- 
side producers, writing, directing and editorial 
seivices. Facilities: 25 x 40" air-conditioned 
sound stage, with adjoining dressing rooms; 16 
& 35nim Arriflex, Auricon & B&W cameras. 
Complete studio and location sound equipment, 
mike booms, mixers, portable sync-generatot 
recorders. Animation and titles. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: ■l\'«s/ii"g(on Netcslettcr; 
Thai Pathfinder Training; Safely Village 
(U.S. I. .A.); Odyssey of Miss Sunshine (Kiek- 
haefer Coip.): The Las Vega.': Game (Radcliffe 
Advtg.); Clothing the South (Uniroyal Corp.); 
St. fifgi.s Press Tour (St. Regis Paper Co.); 
Mayor Hans Tanzler (series of 30 min. films for 
Ma%or of Consolidated Gov't, Jacksonville, Fla.) 
Slidefilms: Give Your Blood; I5th Annual 
Presentation of Awards (Jacksonville Blood 
Bank); Sponsored Newsfilms: Puerto Rico 
Surf Champion.'^hips (Bonnie Bell Ccsmetics); 
New York to Mo.icow Solo; Bahama Grand Prix 
(.\ero Commander); Trans-Canadian Series 
(.Mercurv-Cougar); Jr. Miss America Pageant 
(Breck Shampoo); Screen Netvs Digest (At- 



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LAWRENCE SMITH PRODUCTIONS: 

lantic National Bank); Hunting Wild Boar 
(River Ranch Acres); Sai7 Fish on the Horizon 
(Ocean Reef Fish Club; Wc Clothe the Wel- 
comers (Uniroyal Corp.). TV Commercials: 
for St. Regis Christmas l.D. (St. Regis Paper 
Co. Newman/ LxTide & .Asso. ); Salvage N" 
Bacon, Beach Bossa, Brandwagon, Why Fiddle 
Around, Smoke House, Hog Auction & Secret 
Spices (Copeland Sausage Co./\\"erring Adver- 
tising Co.); Fuel Running Low (Colder Oil 
Co./ Crisp & Harrison Agency; Bank Blood 
(National .\ssn. of Blood Banks/ Newman/ 
L>Tide & Assoc); etc. 

CLOSE PRODUCTIONS 

163 San Carlos Boulevard. Ft. Myers Beach, 
Florida 33931 

Phone: (813) MOhawk 4-6166 

Date of Organization: 1956 

Branch Office: 114 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne 
Pa. 19807. Da\-id I- Flood. Creative Vice- 
President. Phone; (215) MU 8-1268 

Ed Burt Close. Owner 
Services: Production of custom-made sound 
filmstrips, color slides. Readymade fUmstrips on 
sales training, service station management and 
safety, sales incentive contests, sales training 
programs and meeting display de\ices. F.\cii.- 
rriES; Photographic studio for production of 
filmstrips and slide presentations. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
SLroEFiLMS: The Future is yours . . . as a 
Promoter ( Quality Bakers of .\merica) ; Safetij 
is lour ]oh ( PennsyKania Railroad); \ew Ad- 
vertising Program (Univac); Spectral Range 
Presentation (National Lead); Those So-And- 
So's in Conshohocken (Lee Tire & Rubber Co.). 

HACK SWAIN PRODUCTIONS, INC 

11S5 Cattlemen Rd. P.O. Box 10235 
Sarasota. Fla. 3357S 

Phone: (813; 95.5-1706 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Hack Swain, President 

Tonv Swain, Vice-President 

Mike Swain, Vice-President 

Marie Swain, Secretary-Treasurer 

John C. Thomas, Vice President, Director of 
TA^ Production 
Services: Production of 16mm industrial, edu- 
cational, documentary and training films; TV 
spots; 35mm spots, slidefilms, stripfilms. F.\cili- 
ties: Editing facilities for 16 3.5mm including 
sound, interlock projection and sound equip- 
ment; Vi" .N'agra tape s\tic system & 16mm 
Amega recording eciuipment; Bell & Howell 
sound projectors, .\\ailable c.imera equipment: 
Cine Special, .\uri<<)ii. .Xrriflrx, Bell & Howell 
lighting. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: At Marco Island with Jack 
Paar (Marco Island Development C:orp.); 
Spring Hill with Don McXeill ( Deltona Corp. ) . 
Slidefilms: Experimental Instrumental: Per- 
formance Clinic (Sarasota School Board); 
Pinrllas Make It Big (St. Petersburg Times). 
TV CoMMEiiciAL-s: for Borden's Milk; E.xchange 
Nationixl Bank (Liller, Neal, Battle. Lindsey); 
Tropicana (John L. Doughis Assoc); Mononga- 
hela Power; First Federal (Fahlgren & Assoc); 
Taffy's (Carev/Ring Adv.). 

PETER J. BARTON PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
310 S. Bronouijh SI., Tallahascc, Florida. 
Phone: (904) 224-3685 

Branch: Miami, P. H. Barton, in Charge, 

Phone: MO 1-1456 

Date of Organization: Feb., 1967 

Peter J. Barton, President, Producer 

Paul H. Barton, Graphic Arts Director 

MadaUn C;. Barton, Scctij-Treasurer. 



PETER J. BARTON PROUCTIONS: 

Services: Motion pictures, television films and 
commercials; theatrical short subjects. F.\ciLl- 
ties: 16, 35mm camera, editing facilities; 
screening, editing (16/35) rooms; sound-on-film 
inter%iew studio. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictvres: Warm Courage and High 
Hope (Florida Dept. of Education); Hotel 
Beach Party (Warner Bros/ Florida Develop- 
ment Commission); sequences for Walt Disney 
Productions; NBC News; UPl Newsfihn; NET; 
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bur. of Commercial 
Fisheries ) . 




SOUTHEAST REGION 



GEORGIA 

Metropolitan Atlanta Area 



^ 



CINEMA EAST TODD FILMS 
INTERNATIONAL, INC. 

1644 TuUie Circle, Drawer 13955K, Atlanta, 
Ga. 30324 

Phone (404) 633-5011 

Date of Organization: 1963 

J. Hunter Todd, Executive Producer 

Ron Gorton, Producer, Feature Films 

John Sammons, Director 

Don Walker, Aast. Director 

Ernest Turner, Graphics 

Leonard Allen, Public Relations 

C\Tithia Rutherford, Production Coordinator 

Douglas Sumrell, Executive Pilot 
Services: International motion picture produc- 
tion and distribution. Theatrical features and 
shorts, documentar\' and business films, pub- 
lic relations, sales promotion, educational, 
medical, technical, industrial. No T\' commer- 
cial production. F.\ciLiTiES: 70, 65, 35. 16rrun 
cameras and production equipment. \'ideotape 
(Ampe.x \TR 2000). Hughes 300 hehcopter 
witli special gyro mounts, Moonev Executive 21 
.\ircraft with g\TO camera mounts. (Lear Jet 
air-to-air equipment available with camera sys- 
tems.) Silent and sound studios available. Com- 
plete mobile units for film and videotape pro- 
ductions. Screening facilities for 70,6.5,3.5.16mm 
available. Under\vater blimps and scuba equip- 
ment. 5.5mm to SOOmni len.ses. !i inch sync 
soimd recorders, 16mni and 35nim sound re- 
corders. Portable videotape recorders. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictures: Islands in the Sun; Atlanta- 
Atlanta (Eastern Airlines); Cone with the Wind 
premiere (MGM); The City (Atlanta News- 
p;ipers Inc.); Vista (The lob Corps): The Man 
They Lovr to Hate (State Patrol); The Voiiiig- 
Holt Trio; The Battle of Keltic Creek; Cast 
Your Fate to the Wind; The Temporary Life 
/Inlcrfilmh \cw Worlds-Xcw Jobs (\'o-Ed. 
Dist. Ed. Dcpts.); .Vcit' Directions; Ode to An 
Uncertain Tomorrow; Your World Viva Xuesira 
Armistad; Wliat h A Child?; Autumn Leave's 
(State Dept.). 

COLONIAL FILMS, INC. 
752 Spring SI. NW, Allanla. Ca. ,10308 
Phone: (404) 875-SS23 
Date of Org;uiiziition: 1947 
Date of Incorporation; 1961 
Taylor E. Ho>nes, Sr., President 
CUirencc B. Glover. lndii>.lrial Sales 
Taylor E. Hoyiies. Jr., Industrial Sales 
John E. Sajem, Director of Art ta Prod. 
.Margaret A. Sullivan. Editor. Writer 
Services: Creators and producers of 35mm color 
slidefilms and slides and overhead transparen- 
cies for public relations, sales, training, ctluca- 
tion and sales meetings. .Art, photograph)-, edi- 
torial, writing and research seri-iccs. Recording 



COLONIAL FILMS INCORPORATED: 

services available. Animation and production 
quantity prints. F.\ciLmES: 14,000 sq. ft. hous- 
ing efjuipment. business offices, etc.; photo- 
graphic and animation equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS- 
SLmEFiLMs: Your Group Ins-urance Program 
(West Point Pepperell): The Twiggy Pen Pro- 
motion (Scripto, Inc.); The Saga of Chuckle- 
head Charley (Tucker WaNTie Co.); The Teach- 
er As A Speaker; Romn for Learning (self -pro- 
duced). OvERHE.u) Tran"sp.\rencies: Job Ap- 
plication and Job Interview; Ba-^c Salesman- 
ship; Good Grooming; Language Arts (self-pro- 
duced ) . 

PROVENCE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

467 .\rmour Circle NE, Atlant.a, Ga. 30324 
Phone: (404) 873-2966 
Date of Organization: 1962 
Gerald M. Crowder, President 
Ierr\' Brown, Vice-President, Producer 
Harriet Laurence, Secretary 
He>-\vord L. Siddons. Director, Producer 
George Watkins, Production Manager 
Winston Tucker, Production Asst. 
Services: Motion pictures, T\' films and com- 
mercials, productions in 16/ 3.5mm. F.\cilities: 
Creati\e department, air conditioned sound 
stage, insert stage, make-up and dressing rooms, 
16/3.5mm editing rooms; 16 .3.5 sound, studio 
or location sound. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Blizzard Girl (Fresca); 
To Fill A Seed (Cotton Producers Assn.); What 
A Way to Go (Rich's Inc.). Slidefilms: Ben- 
son'.? Fruit Cake (Benson's Bakery); Merchants 
\alional Bank (.Merchant's Bank of Mobile). 
T\' Co.\iMERCi.\Ls: for Southern Bell. Atlanta 
Braves (Tucker Wa\ne); J. P. Stevens (Leslie 
.Adv.); Roval Cup Coffee Co. (Burton-Camp- 
bell); Belle Sharmeer Hosiery (lay Scott 
.As.soc); Piedmont .Airlines (Liller, Neal. Battle 
& Lindsey); Hair-On Corp. (Pearson .Adv.); 
Kr\stal Co. (Gerald R:ifshoon'>. 



WILLARD & HARVEY, INC. 
IS42 Briarwood Rd.. N.E.. Atlanta. Ga. 30329 
Phone: (404) 634-2433 

Date of Incorporation: 1967 (as .successor 
organization to Frank Willard Productions) 

Frank H. Willard. Jr.. President 

|ohn Har\ey, Vice President 

I.aura Morgan, Office Manager 

Judge E. j:Kks<)n, Fii7(/ PrtHluclion Mgr. 

Sam Cravilz. Sound Engineer 
Services: 16 35mm motion pictiires and sound 
slidefilms for business, public relations, educa- 
tion. Complete production and scripting ser\'- 
ices. F.\cilitiks: Film studio building, air-con- 
ditioneil sound stiige and otlitorial facilities, 
three 16'3.5inin e<litiiig rooms; animation, sound 
control and ni.ichinery rooms; screening room 
equipiH'd for interlocks and print showing; re- 
cording e<iuiptnent on lOnun edge track includes 
recoidei. three-channel (lubbers; .Ampex '^i" 
t:ipe .uid turntables; 11-ch.inneI audio inputs; 
lOmin projector sel.s\ii inlerlocketl with dublwrs 
for mixing and trail screening: 2 nnisic libnuies 
on disc and ta|>e; silent ;uul st<idio cameras; 
camera dolly. Mole-Richardson mi<rophone 
boom, complete studio lighting and grip acces- 
sories in sound stage; location trailer; underwa- 
ter blimps fur 2 Hinim ciHiicr.xs 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictt Bt.s; Fabric Fair (West Point 
Pepperell); Mondo Daytona (Moiido Produc- 
tions); Tree Shaker (U.S. Forest Serxice); Tlie 
Paper Forest (So. Pulpwood Conservation 



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SOUTHEAST REGION: 

WILLARD AND HARVEY: 

Assn.); Football Highlights (Georgia Tech). 
Slidefilms; Blizzard; The Girl from Coke 
(Coca-Cola Co.); Did You Know?; Tom's in A 
Nutshell (Tom Huston Peanut Co.). 



KENTUCKY 

VOGUE FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

P.O. Box 20126, 9701 Taylorsville Rd., 

Louisville, Ky. 40220 
Phone: (502) 267-7436 
Date of Organization: 1950 
Edw. A. "Jack" Price, President 
George W'einmann, V.P., Director of Photog- 

raphtj 
William Dejamette, Director, Production 
Elise Me\er, Creative Director 
Robert King, Production Assistant 
Charles Brookman, Cameraman 

Services: Complete creative and production fa- 
cilities for 16'35mm motion pictures and slide- 
films for sales, training, public relations, busi- 
ness, education and TV. Creating and staging 
shows for sales meeting and conventions. F.\ciL- 
ITIES: 16/3.5mm production equipment, includ- 
ing sound studio, set-building facilities; complete 
location equipment in a mobile unit. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

MoTiov PicTXRES: It's in the Cards; The Word 
is Qualittj; What Makes Clothes Clean; Drt/ers; 
There's More Than Meets the Eye; Executive 
Furnace; Solid Tempered Glass Shelves; The 
Line-Up; Color Fashionettes (General Electric); 
The Golden Moment; Purstdt of Perfection; 
Tradition of Hand Craftsmanship; Best of Tuo 
Worlds (Mercedes-Benz of North America); 
Slidefilms: Washer Sales Strategy; 1968 Dish- 
washers; New Approach to Selling Refrigerators 
(General Electric); Can You Afford It? (Keller- 
Crescent). Sales Meetings: for General Elec- 
tric; Renault, Inc. TV Commercials: for In- 
ternational General Electric. 

ETF PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

640 Bizzel Drive, Lexington, Kentucky 40504 
Kentucky 40504 

Phone: (606) 233-0627 

Date of Organization: July, 1966 

Cecil York, President 

Peter Adanick, Vice-President 

Grant R. Erikson, Secretarti 

Floyd A. Kron, Treasurer 
Services: Production in 16mm or 35mm, b&w 
or color, including photography, editing, sound, 
conforming. Production of industrial, education- 
al, documentary, TV commercials, theatrical 
shorts and commercials, public relations and 
promotional films, filmstrips and slidefilms. 
Creation of idea-scripting and storyboarding. 
Facilities: Production facilities with stage, edi- 
torial sound, photographic; 16mm b&w reversal 
laboratory; 8, 16, 3-5mm color reversal proc- 
essing and printing. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: OCR and Print Qualittj 
(IBM); EKU Beading Clinic; School-to-Work; 
Vocational Guidance; Compro (Appalachia 
Educational Laboratory, Inc.): Camfms Promo- 
tional (Eastern Kentucky University). TV Com- 
mercials: for David Trapp for Governor (The 
Public Relations Center) ; ^\'ebber's Sausage 
Co.; Lexington KFC Dealers (Gig Henderson 
Adv.). 

These Exclusive Review Reports Are 
a Copyrighted Business Screen Feature 



LOUISIANA 

AVALON DAGGETT PRODUCTIONS 

P.O. Box 14656, 1603 Letitia Street, 
Baton Rouge, La. 70808 

Phone: (504) 342-7974 

Date of Organization: 1950 

Avalon Daggett, Owner, Writer & Director 

Jesse Davis, Editor 

Mrs. Elaine MiUer, Office Manag,er 
Services: Motion pictures for public relations, 
sales, training, education and TV. F.\cilities: 
Mitchell, Arriflex and Bolex cameras; lighting 
and sound equipment for studio and location; 
editing room; all production facilities available. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlties: School Bus Driver, V.I.P. 
(Louisiana Dept. of Education); Louisiana (La. 
Dept. of Commerce & Industry); Mississippi 
Crossing (La. Dept. of Highways); The People 
(Gould, Blieden & Mauley); Mountain Spirits 
(Slocum Associates). 

BROOKS READ & ASSOCIATES, INC. 

251 Florida Street, Baton Rouge, 

Louisiana 70821 
Phone: (504) 343-1715 
Date of Organization; 1965 
Brooks Read, President 
Maureen H. Read, Vice-President 
Glenn Ducote, Secretarij-Treasurer 

Services: Motion pictures, television commer- 
cials, news filming, audio recording and dupli- 
cation, film hbrary. FACiLiTrEs: Small motion 
picture studio; audio studio. Auricon, Bolex and 
Bell & Howell cameras. Ampex and Magnecord- 
er audio equipment; art. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Man and the Challenge 
(Gov. John McKeithen); The Truth About In- 
surance Rates (La. Ins. Commissioner); PAR 
Reports (Pubhc Affairs Research Council); The 
Full Time Team ( Max Killeen Assoc. ) ; The 
Expressivay Age (G.B.R. Safety Council). TV 
Commercials: for Gov. McKeithen campaign 
(Weill/Strother); State Sen. ]. D. DeBlieux; 
Ed Reed Organization. TV Films: for La. Farm 
Bureau; KTBS-T\^ WWL-TV; La. AFL-CIO; 
La. Chiropractic Assn.: Assn. of La. Electric 
Coops); KNOE-T\'; U.S. Sen. Russell Long. 



NORTH DAKOTA 

WALTER J. KLEIN COMPANY, LTD. 

1214 Elizabeth Ave., Charlotte, N.C. 28204 

Phone: (704) 377-1646 

Date of Organization: 1948 

Walter J. Klein, President 

Elizabeth G. Klein, Account Manager 

John Burgess, Sound Director 

(oe Durham Rorie, Script Writer 

Richard Klein, Account Manager 

Yvonne Swords, Distribution Director 

John Clifford, Production Director 
Services: Production, distribution, updating of 
35/16/Smm motion pictures in following cate- 
gories: television, public serWce, sports, travel, 
sales training, public relations, industrial and 
technical. Facilities: Own building witli sound 
stage, art studio, film screening room, sound re- 
cording room, film vault, editing room, dark- 
room, distribution rooms, and general offices. 
Ampex. Magnecord, Stellavox, and R;ingertone 
sync recorders, music hbrary, heavy lighting. 
Writers, editors, photographers, recording tech- 
nicians. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Joe M. Day, 4Her (J. I. 
Case Co. and 4-H); Blazina East Africa's 
Touiihest Trails (Diamond Reo Di\'., White 
Motor Co.); Hoiv Do You Measure Wealth? 



WALTER J. KLEIN COMPANY: 

(Elanco Div., Eli Lilly Co.); The Travel Door 
(Delta Air Lines); The Little Tummy (Caloric 
Corp. and Club Aluminum); Staying Alive 
(Columbus Parts Div., AP Parts Co.); The Key 
Ring (Coca-Cola Co. and American Nurses 
Assn.); The Veterinarian from 9 to 5 (Ralston 
Purina Co.); The Lawns of America (Ariens 
Co.); How to Make A Mint (Mason Candies); 
Atoms in Agriculture (Dow Chemical Co.); 
GE Blankets (General Electric Co.); Sports in 
Charlotte (LaPointe Che\Tolet). TV Com.mer- 
CL\LS: for Cai-olina Power & Light Co. (J. T. 
Howard Agency); and Mamet Packing Co. 



TENNESSEE 

Metropolitan Memphis Area 
CADWELL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

2357 Lamar Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 38114 
Phone: (901) 324-5041 

Date of Organization: 1966 
Date of Incorporation: 1967 
Charles E. Cadwell, President, Director 

Photography, Producer 
Linda B. Cadwell, Secretary/ Treasurer 
D. Lancaster, Photographic Asst. & Printing 
D. C. Hoffman, Administrative Director 
Rene J. Koopman, Sound Engineer, Director 
of ilusic & Art 
Services; Photography, film productions for TV 
& industry on location or studio. Art, storyboard, 
scripts, film production, narration and sound re- 
cording; editing and laboratory services; free- 
lance photo-journalist for T\' news assignments. 
Facilities: 5,000 sq. ft. studio & offices; 8/16/- 
35mm motion picture equipment; 35mm 2}ix3!i, 
4x5, 5x7 and 8x10 still equipment. Single, dou- 
ble system sound recording. Arriflex, Auricon, 
Bolex, Bell & Howell cameras. Distributorship 
and sale of 8mm Port-A-Matic rear screen pro- 
jectors. Closed-circuit T^'; videotape. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Perfect Call (Welcome 
Wagon International); Operation Head Start 
(Shelby County Board of Education). TV Com- 
mercials; for iviemphis Ford Dealers (J. Walter 
Thompson ) ; Southland Greyhound Track 
(Arnold & Assoc); Malone & Hyde (Advanced 
Slotivation Programming) : Pancho's Restau- 
rants (Blockman & Assoc); Memphis Light, 
Gas & Water Division (Crenshaw & Rush, Inc.); 
Reelfoot Meat Products (Noble-Dury & Assoc); 
King Cotton Meat Products; Juhus Lewis Store 
(Rosengarten & Steinke Inc.); Medicenters of 
Memphis (Walker & Assoc); Sealy (Merrill 
Kremer Adv.). 

FOTOVOX, INC. 

752 S. Somerville, Memphis, Tenn. 38104 

(see Late listings end of this section) 




Real Facts for Sponsors 

— evidence of suppliers' good faith 

"h The det-iiled listings given specializing 
producers of business motion pictures and 
slidefilms furnish the buyer of sight/sound 
media until solid evidence regarding the 
prospective supplier. Listing data requests 
emphasized the need for both film and 
sponsor references and it is this area of 
each listing which indicates the recent ex- 
perience of each company in these pages. 



164 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



Other Tennessee Cities 
CONTINENTAL FILM PRODUCTIONS CORP. 

2320 Rossville Blvd.. Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Phone: (615) 267-4302 

Date of Incorporation: 19.5.3 

James E. Webster, Pres. & Exec. Producer 

Bett\ T. Webster, Vice Pres. & Treasurer 

Thomas Crutchfield, Secretary 

Erven Jourdan, Director of Production 
Seb\ices: 16mm and 35mm color and b&\v live 
and animated motion pictures; sound slidefilms; 
industrial sales, sales and personnel training, 
documentar.-. public relations, medical, educa- 
tional and T\' films. Complete commercial still 
photograph\' dept., including color negative and 
t>pe C print processing equipment. F.\cii.rnES: 
Production facilities, including 16mm and 35mm 
cameras, sound stage and recording rooms, mo- 
bile location unit, s\'nchronous recorders, single 
system cameras, FilmRama lenses; lighting 
equipment; complete art and animation depart- 
ment. Permanent creative staff — writers, di- 
rectors and musical director. Company plane 
for conferences, aerial and location photography. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictures; Out of the Ages (Rock Cit%' 
Gardens, Inc.) ; The Hand that Feeds You (Mor- 
rison Cafeterias Consolidated, Inc.); Power 
Building Blocks (U.S. Air Force); The VP Boil- 
er (Combustion Engineering, Inc.); Yucatan 
Holiday (Cessna .\ircraft, Schlitz Brewing Co., 
Winchester-Western. E\Tnrude Motors, King 
Seeley Thermos Di\ision). Slidefilm: Our Gal 
Sal (Coca-Cola Co.); The Dorsey Story (Dorsey 
Trailers); You're in the Floor Show (Morrison 
Cafeterias Consolidated, Inc. ) . T\^ CoMxtER- 
cials: for Southern Cross Industries Inc. (Liller, 
Neal, Battle & Lindsey). 

AMERICAN DIVERSIFIED SERVICES 

Box 975, Kingsport. Tennessee 

Phone: (615) 239-9301 

Date of Organization: 1960 

John Dallas, Sales Manager 

Ronald Edwards, Creative Director 

Edith Eastridge, Office Manager 

Tom MacNeer, Director, Photography 
Services: Motion pictures and filmstrips for in- 
dustry, business, education, T\', etc. Distributor 
of films to TV and non-theatrical sources. F.\cil- 
rriEs: For live action and animation photog- 
raphy, sound recording, editing, dubbing, film 
inspection and distribution. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pk tires: A Day from Now (.\lert 
Busness Schools). Slidefilms: Look of Beauty 
(Da\co Industries); Miner's Profits (Wilcox 
Klfg.j; Rig/if Again McGee (Pacemaker Corp.). 

REEDER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

James .\gee Memorial Studio, P.O. Box 
10191, Knoxvillc, Tenn. 37919 

Phone: (615) 588-8181 

Date of Organization: 1964 

Branch Office: 417 Garfield Ave., Glendale, 
CaUf. 91204. Phone: (213) 246-4265. 

W. Fleming Reeder, President 

Thomas W. Ta\lor, Sales Marui^er 
Services: 16mm and 35mm color and b&w mo- 
tion pictures for industry, television and educa- 
tion. Slidefilms and other presentations. All serv- 
ices from original script to release print. Facili- 
ties: Offices in new, citj-owTied studio, lOO'.xSO' 
x28'. Carpenter shop; make-up rooms, storage 
and editing rooms; studio and location equip- 
ment. Lights, camera, sound. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Shattered Seconds (Bakers- 
field Racers ) ; Kyoto Gardens ( World Travel 
Services); Five Symbols (MiUigan College); 
Sequicentennial; and Development Report 
(Mar>'v'ille College). 



INDIANA 

J. B. McGINNIS FILM PRODUCTIONS 

Phone: (317) 251-1817 

Date of Organization: 1965 

John B. McGinnis, President 

Karen B. McGinnis, Secretary and Treasurer 
Ser\-ices: -Motion pictures, TV films and com- 
mercials, industrial films. F.\ciLrnEs: Studio, 
editing, 16mm production equipment (sound 
and silent). .3omni (on request). 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictit^es: IQ (Pitman-Moore Div. 
Dow Chemical Co.); Bar 3 (Elanco Div., Eli 
Lilly Co.). T\' Co.\iMEBCLAi.s : for Indiana Na- 
tional Bank; .American United Life Insurance; 
Indianapolis Hospital (Caldwell \'anriper); 
American Fletcher National Bank (Handler & 
-Miller). 



MICHIGAN 

Metropolitan Detroit Area 
Contempol Productions, Inc. 

690 East Maple Road, Birmngham, Michigan 

48011 
Phone: (313) XD 2-8383 
Ross R. Callaway, vice-president 
(See complete listing imder New York City) 

NEIL DOUGLAS PRODUCTIONS 
3030 Iroquois Ave., Detroit, Michigan 4S214 
Phone: (313) 923-0303 
Date of Organization: 1927 

Neil Douglas, President 
Rosalie Douglas, Secretary-Treasurer 
Mar>- Neil Morrison, Promotion Executive 
Services: Films for travel promotion, ser\ice 
organizations in financial and public relations 
areas, education project documentaries. F-\cu,i- 
TiES: Photographic studio, film projection 
theater; Arriflex, Paillard, etc.; sound recording 
on tape, access to commercial laboratory facil- 
ities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictl-res: Austria for all Seasons (Aus- 
trian Tourist .\ssn.) ; Seeing Europe on A Bicycle 
(SIT.\); More Undiscovered Charm in Ger- 
many (German National Tourist Office); What 
to See on A Grartd Tour of Europe (European 
Tourist Assn.); The Glories of Greatness- 
Sweden (Swedish National Tourist Council). 

F. B N. FILMS 
15240 Cresccntwood. East Detroit, Michigan 
Phone: (313) PR 5-0114 
Date of Organization: 195S 




Real Facts for Sponsors 

— eridenre of suppliers' good faith 

V The detailed listings given specializing 
producers of business motion pictures and 
slidefilms furnish the bu>er of sight /sound 
media with solid evidence regarding the 
prospective supplier. Listing data requests 
emphasized the need for both film and 
sponsor references and it is this area of 
each listing which indicates the recent ex- 
perience of each company in these pages. 



EAST CENTRAL STATES 



F. B. N. FILMS: 

Bert Penzien, Oa-ner, Cinematographer 

Dan Blough. Sales 
Services: 16mm/35mm motion pictures for 
theatres, tele\ision and industry. F.^ciLmES: 
16/ 35mm cameras; editing and sound equip- 
ment; ColorTran lighting. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion- Pictl-res: Preston Beauty College; 
Spartan Tire, Inc. (-Arbor .Adv.); Security Bank 
(Security Bank); Downtown Honda (Stanley 
Ad Agency). T\' Co.mmercl\ls: for Roto 
Rooter, and 65 additional commercials. 

ROBERT FISHER PRODUCTIONS 

403 Fisher Building, Detroit, .Mich. 4S202 

Phone: (313) 875-0430 

Date of Organization: 1957 

Robert S. Fisher, Producer 

Dayton C. Closser, Writer 

Marian S. Fisher, Honorary Vice-Pres. 

Audrey J. Fisher, Secretary 
Ser\tces: Motion pictures, motion slidefilms, 
sound filmstrips, packaged meeting materials, 
TV commercials. F.\cilities: Own minimum 
camera gear, lights, etc. Studios rented as re- 
quired for each production, 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictlke: Air-Pak Bulkhead (Evans 
Products Co.). Slidefilms: The Joys of South- 
ern Living (Southern Living Magazine); Jobber 
PR Program (United Motors Service Div., Gen- 
eral Motors); Let's Talk Batteries and Ener^z- 
ers (Delco-Remy Div., General Motors Corp.); 
\^V Formula for Increased Sales; Setting 
Against Competition (N'olkswagen of America 
through G&D Communications Corp.). TV 
Com.\iercl\l: for Barden Investment Co. (12) 
(Harr\- Goldberg Adv.). 

FLOREZ INCORPORATED 
815 Bates Street. Detroit. .Mich. 4S226 
Phone: (313) WO 2-4920 
Date of Organization: 1931 
Branch Office: 5285 Western Ave.. Clarendon 

HiUs, 111. 60514. 

Phone: (312) 323-9023. A. S. Linck, v.p. 

in ch.irge. 

Genaro A. Florez, President 

Herbert Hall, Executive Vice Pres. 

]. RaNTUond Cooper, Senior Vice-President 

Clark E. Pardee, Jr., Vice-President 

Ernest D. Nathan, Vice-President, 

Consultative Service 
A. S. Linck, Vice-Pres., Chicago 
R. M. MacKinnon, Vice-President 
Charles W. Sabin, Secretary-Treasurer 
Wm. E. Herzog, Art Director 

Services: Management consultation on sales 
manpower development. Plamiing, wTiting and 
production of complete sales training programs. 
I'rodiiction of audio-\-isual media, including mo- 
tion pictures, slidefilms, recordings, shdes and 
transparencies, flannelboard presentations, charts 
and printed materials. Personnel Services Divi- 
sion offers consultation, research and personnel 
testing. \'isual Presentation Division offers 
graphic .ind film arLs service.s, plus meeting 
phiiis and arrangements. Facilities: Six-story 
main offii-e in dovvntowii Detroit. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Si.iin FILMS: TItosi- Perishable Fiirt.t (Gulf Oil 
( "o. ) : Professional SaUsvianship ^ Ford Motor 
Co.: Tractor Operations), The Car Tlxat Wasn't 
There; An Unfair Comparison: .\ml»issador — 
Coolt:st Car In Its Class (American Motors 
Corp.). 



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DETROIT, MICHIGAN 



THE JAM HANDY ORGANIZATION, INC. 
2821 East Grand Bhd., Detroit, Mich. 48211 
Phone: (313) TR 5-2450 
Officers 

Jamison Hand\'. President 

William G. Luther, Executive Viee-P resident 

John A. Campbell, Treasurer 

W. Eugene Hunter, Senior Vice-President 

Russell B. Robins, Senior Vice-President for 

Merchandising and ilarhet Development 
Everett F. Schafer, Senior Vice-President for 

Planning and Programming 
Harold Dash, Vice-President, M'estern 

Contacts 
James V. Grann, Vice-President, Production 
Jennings Hammer. Vice-President, Motion 

Picture Planning 
Charles W. Renfrew, Vice-President 
Hughes G. Southwell, Vice-President, 

Business Theater 
T. H. Westermann, Vice-President, Eastern 

Contacts 
Vincent Herman, Secretanj 

Branch Offices 

New York: 1775 Broadwav, New York. New 

York, 11019. Phone (212) JUdson 2-4060. 

Herman Goelz, in charge. 
Chicago: 230 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 

Illinois 60601. Phone: (312) STate 2-6757. 

Harold Dash, Vice-President, in cliarge. 
Hollywood: 1680 North Vine, Hollywood, 

California 90028. Phone: Hollywood 3- 

2321. 
PrrTSBiTtGH, Pennsylvania. Phone: (412) 

ZEnith 0143. 

Seb\ices: Motion picture production: commer- 
cial, industrial and sales promotion; personnel, 
customer and public relations; minute movies; 
sponsored shorts; safety, educational motion pic- 
tures; television commercials; theatrical and non- 
theatrical distribution sei-yice. Fihnstrip and 
shdefihn production: commercial, industrial, 
sales training and shop training, customer rela- 
tions and public relations; merchandising; train- 
ing; cartoon. Glass slides, transparencies, slide 
racks, opaque materials. Meetings assistance: 
staging and projection service, convention pro- 
grams, live shows. F.^cn-iTrEs: Complete studio. 
Sound stage, recording, set construction, direc- 
tion, casting, scene design, mock ups, miniature, 
stage management, field reconnaissance, anima- 
tion, casting, scene design, mock-ups, miniatine, 
projection, prop department, speech and acting 
coaching, slidefilm studio, film processing lab- 
oratories, art department, location equipment, 
creative staff. Projection equipment, sales and 
service. Special devices; suitcase projectors. 
Shoppers Stoppers, continuous loop projection, 
projectors, synthetic training devices. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

.Motion Pktubes: Tilings Are Happening 
(P;nkc. Davis & Co.); A Closer Look at Sales 
Managcnunf (Proctor & Gamble); Ideas in Ac- 
tion (Westinghouse Electric); Alcoa Spreads 
the Word (Aluminum Co. of America); You 
Bel Your Life (General Tire & Rubber Co.); 
SSSS.S( (Precision Valve Corp.); We're on Our 
Wail (Coca-Cola Co.); The Profit Partners 
(Hobart Mfg. Co.); Be An A-C-E Driver: 1968 
Cadillac Engineering: Engineered for Leader- 
ship (Generid Motors); Bridge for the Yaque 
(U.S. Steel Corp.); Prescnling the Sales Man- 
ager (]. I. C;ise Co.). Si.niKFiLMs: The Power 
of People: Cet with the Young Wheels (General 
Motors); Lady, It's Cold Inside (Admiral 
Corp.); Handling Compelilion: The Winner's 
Circle (J. I. Case Co.); The Strategic I'se of 
Time (C(K-;i-Cola Co.); The Name of the Game 



THE JAM HANDY ORGANIZATION: 

Is Green (Detroit News); The Lady Kenmore 
Washer (Sears, Roebuck & Co.); A Better Way 
of Life (Westinghouse); Brushed Steel Presen- 
tation (U.S. Steel Corp.). 

HENNING AND CHEADLE, INC. 

10000 Greenfield Road, Detroit, Mich. 48227 

Phone: (313) 272- 1000 

Date of Organization; 1945 

George R. Cheadle, President 

John D. Joseph, Vice-President 

James Heinonen, Technical Editor 

Alan R. Hibbert, Production Director 
Services: Preparation of sales promotion and 
training programs and materials including mo- 
tion pictures, sound filmstrips, o\erhead trans- 
parencies, charts and literature. Complete direct 
mail and addressing ser\'ices. Facilities: Writ- 
ers, photography, art department recording and 
direction; direct mailing data processing facili- 
ties. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picture: Shenango Sales Power Clinic 
#3 (Shenango Ceramics, Inc.). Slidefilms: 
What's Stopping You? (American Brakeblok 
Div., Abex Corp.) ; It Pays to Replace (Autolite- 
Ford Parts Div., Ford Motor Co.); A Helping 
Hand (Beauty Counsellors, Inc.); Specdhide 
Latex Fire Retardant Paint (Pittsburgh Paint 
Div., PPG Industries). 

INSTRUCTIONAL ARTS, INC. 

16210 Meyers Road. Detroit, Mich. 48235 

Phone: (313) UN 2-3932 

Date of Incorporation: 1946 

Nicholas J. Beck, President 

James W. Atkinson, Vice-Pres. & Treasurer 

Gerald C. Simon. Secretary 

Edward Susalla, Publications Mgr. 

Albert Bizer, Art Director 
Services: Creative and production staff for 
slidefilms, motion pictures, slides, instructional 
manuals, catalogs, artwork and photography. 
Audio-visual equipment sales. F.\cii,ities: Com- 
plete art and photographic departments includ- 
ing 40' X 50' stage with equipment for still or 
moHon photography; still kiboratories; 16mm 
and 35mm animation stand; recording studio; 
hot press typesetting department. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Quest for Quality (Merit In- 
dustries, Inc.); Slidefilms: The Automatic 
Hired Hand; Steps to Service Shop Profit (New 
Idea Faim Equipment Co.); Hogs Talk (R.alston 
Purina Co.); Carhuretion Theorif (GM Tnick & 
Coach Div.). 

THE KERBAWY COMPANY 

1300 Buhl Bklg.. Detroit. Michigan 4S226 
Phone: (313) 963-0201 
Date of Org;mization: 1956 
Haford Kcrbawy, President 
Victor F. Radciiffe, Vice-President 
Daniel S. Mclntire, Vice-President 
Lester T. Davis, Vice-President 
James S. Ryan, Creative Director 
Kennit Kegley, Business Tlicatrc 
Guy B. Willetts, Mgr., Conununicalions Div. 
Thomas D. Stringer, Production 
Services; motion pictures, business theatre and 
meetings, slidefilms. Facilities; No data pro- 
\-idpd. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Cimir On Vj) (Cessna .\ir- 
cr;ifl); A/(/.vic for Modern Amcriean.'i (C:ln\sler 
Coil-).); Once In A Lifetinw (N'olkswagen of 
America); Frinidairc Bothers to Build in More 
Help (Frigidaire Div.. General Motors); Hap- 
pening (United Foundation). 



NATIONAL TELEVISION NEWS, INC. 

560 W. Eight Mile Road, Detroit, -Mich. 
48220 

Phone: (313) 541-1440 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Howard Back, Executive Editor 

Jim O'Donnell, Managing Editor 

Leslie \\'alden, Production Supervisor 

Betty Gunther, Operations Manager 
Services: Planning, production, distribution of 
newsfilm for business and industr\'; production 
of s\ndicated TV series; TV public relations 
counseling; preparation and distribution of TV 
sportsfilm, women's features, editorial matter, 
radio newstape and related material. Facili- 
ties: 16/35mm producHon and editing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictltses: (TV Specials); Outlook '68 
(Chrysler Corp., Goodvear Tire & Rubber Co., 
Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co., Sun Oil Co., 
Bank of America); You and the Economy (Holi- 
day Inns of America, Frigidaire, Lederle Lab- 
oratories, .American Bankers Assn., .American 
Tel. & Tel. Co.). Newsfilms: for Allison Div. of 
G.\I, .\merican Bankers Assn., American Motors, 
American Petroleum Institute, American Tel. 
and Tel. Co., Buick Division, Cadillac Div., 
Chrysler Corp., Chrysler-Plymouth Div., Chev- 
rolet Division, Dodge Div., E.I. du Pont de 
Nemours, B. F. Goodrich Co., Lederle Labora- 
tories, Pontiac Div., Sunrav DX Oil Co., Volks- 
wagen, We\erhaeuser Co. TV Films: George 
Pierrot's M^orld Adventure Series (half -hour 
films for nat'l distribution). TV Commercials: 
Chatham Supermarkets (Buckfire & Co.). 



Pelican Films, Inc. 
New Center Building. Detroit, Michigan 

48202 
Phone: (313) 871-4200 
Ed Henry, Producer 
(See complete listing under New York City) 



* 



REGAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

19730 Ralston. Detroit. Mich. 48203 
Phone: (313) 883-2800 
Date of Organization; 1950 

Lawrence M. Regan, Chairman 

James L. Ilennan, President 

Joseph .\. Ripard, Vice Pre.Hdent. Sales 

Robert R. Engelhard, Viec-Pres., Editorial 

Randall D. Ganison, Vice President, 

Special Projects 
Frederick T. Sherry, Genera/ Mgr..' Treasurer 
Services: Complete programs for training, sales 
promotion, public relations and education, in- 
cluding sound motion pictiucs, sound slidefilms, 
business meetings, film-controlled meetings, 
printed materials, stage presentations, audio- 
graphs and T\' spots. Facilities: Studio and 
stage designed, built and equipped for motion 
picture and slidefilm production. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: .Vo Accident (Ford Motor 
Co ) ■ The Man With the Sen.sitive Hands 
(Cadillac Div., GM). Slidefilms: DOT Film 
Program: Franchise Program: Zone Service and 
Palis Managers Meeting (CMC Truck & Coach 
Div.); Corrosion-Re.'<i.stanl Valves: Designid for 
Total Profit: Warm Air. .Mr Conditioning Time 
(Crane C:o.); 1968 International Miami Sales 
Convention: Spangwcld. Seamless ami Speci- 
fications (Armco Steel Corp.); 1967 Competi- 
tive Comparison Program: Ath Quarterly Dealer 
Meeting (Cadillac Div., GM); This Business 



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REGAN PRODUCTIONS INCORPORATED: 

of Color (Montgomery Ward & Co)- Buick 
Bargain Dayx (SCI Div., McCann Erickson): 
Bctardcd Children (Educational Media Inc )• 
Plarmmg for Profit Series (Pure Oil Co ) TV 
Commercials: for CMC Truck & Coach Div 
Local Dealer Commercials. ' 



ROSS ROY, INC. 

Motion Picture, Visual Aids & Stage Div. 

2751 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 48207 

Phone: (313) 567-4000 

Branch: 500 Fifth Avenue, New York N Y 
10035. Phone: (212) .56.5-3200. William a' 
Walker, Exec. Vice-Pres.; F. Henrv Lar- 
son, Vice-Pres. & Acct. Exec. 

Thomas P. Marker, Vice-President, Stwe 

& Motion Picture Production " 

Donald G. Tracy, Viee-Prenident. Vimial Aids 
Robert S. Fisk, Vice-President, Creative 

Supervisor - Merchandising 
F. y. O'Neil, Executive Producer 
John Zachary, Prod. Mgr., Motion Pictures 
Services: Create and produce motion pictures 
slidetilms and industrial theater programs of all 
lu .f'-^f^'LiTiES: Creative and super\isorv 
statt; film editorial facilities; two equipped 
stages; continuing contractual agreements cov- 
enng specialized creative requirements and 
mechanical facilities. 

R_ECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
-Motion- Pictlres: Sale.iinen's '68 Product Meet- 
ing; Scat Pack (Chu'sler Corp.); Wonderful 
World of Sdicones; Silicones in Constniciion 
(General Electric); Winter in Michigan (Mich- 
igan Tourist Council); '68 Distributors' Prod- 
uct Introduction (Chrysler International S.A.)- 
Start .Afire Meeting Film (Chr\'sler-Plvmouth 
Uiv., Chrysler Corp.). Slidefilms: Continuing 
programs for Chr>'sler and others. TV Commer- 
cials: for Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Michigan 
Tourist Council, Detroit Ba nk & Trust Co. 

SCENE TWO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
6535 Third, Detroit, Mich. 
Phone: (313) TR 5-4477 
Date of Organization: 1967 
Timothy M. Howard, President 
Ted E. DeGroot, Executive Vice President 
Robert F. Edgington, Account Supervisor 
Services: TV commercial production/ anima- 
tion and live action; documentary and industrial 
films. Facilities: Creative department, art de- 
partment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion PicnnES: .\j\A (Stock-well & Marcuse 
Inc.); EkrUh ^^eats (Bonsib Inc.); Ford Motor 
Co. (J. Walter Thompson Co.); Auto Show 
(D.P. Brother & Co.); John Barton (McQuade, 
Wilkens Bloomhorst Inc.); Davidson Buick 
Stockwcll & .Marcuse); Uughes-Uatcher-Suffrin 
(Bird Associates); Old Kent Bank (The Jaqua 
Co.); Okhmohile (D.P. Brother & Co.); O/iio 
Power (.Meldrum & Fewsrnith Inc.). 

Van Praag Productions, Inc. 
1933 Vernier Rd., Crosse Point, Mich. 48236 
Phone: (313) 884-4470 
Mackinnon Scolt, Sales Representative 
(See complet e listing under New York City) 

All the Facts the Picture Buyer Needs 

tV These 64 pages of the LSlh Production Re- 
view listings of specializing business and edu- 
cational film producers jirovide facts-in-depth 
about truly qu.ilifiod companies from coast-to- 
coast and abroad. Look to film/sponsor reference 
data for key data on the individual companies. 



VIDEO FILMS, INCORPORATED 

1004 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 48207 
Phone: (313) 962-3400 
Date of Organization: 1947; Inc. 1959 
William R. Witherell, Jr., President 
Clifford Hanna, Vice-Pres. and Sates Mgr. 
David VV. Gibbons, Production Manager 
Services: Production of motion pictures, slide- 
films, TV commercials and Ii\e shows for sales 
training, sales promotion and public relations. 
Completion senices include script writing ani- 
mation and live photograpln-, music selection 
sound recording and mixing, editing and con- 
forming. Facilities: Sound stage; Maurer and 
Arrifle.\ cameras; editing rooms; 16mm and 
35mm Moviolas; interlock screening. Complete 
sound and light equipment for studio and loca- 
tion. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictcres: CP for Careful People (Con- 
sumers Power Co.); Detroit Is Everybody's 
Bu.^iiwss (Essex Broadcasters); Filling the Gap 
(American Motors Corp.): Brake Demonstra- 
tion (Midland Ross); High Profits from A Tight 
Squeeze (Huck Mfg. Co.); Parts Management; 
Service Management; The Care and Trading of 
Twins; Manpotver Develo^>ment Promotion 
(General Motors Corp.); No. 1 Team (Monroe 
Auto Equipment Co.) ; The Bin Farmer's Ford 
(Tractor Div., Ford .Motor Co.); Kumcra-Trol 
Work Center (E.\-Cell-0 Corp.); Warranty Pro- 
lection (Walker Mfg. Co.); Best of Two Worlds 
(Burroughs Corp.). Slidefilms: Slidefilm No. 3 
(Homestead Corp.). TV Com.mercials: for 
Dishmaster Corp. (Rossi & Co.); Detroit Race 
Course (Fred Yaffe & Co.); Standard Federal 
Savings & Loan Assn. (E. W. Baker Co.). 

Wilding Inc. 
18000 West Eight Nlilu Road, Southfield, 

Michigan 
Phone: (313) 353-1400 

W. W. Kraft, Executive Vice. Pres.; 
William R. Winn, Senior Vice Pres. 
(See complete listing under Chicago area) 



Wolper Productions, Inc. 
(A Division of Metromedia) 
1410 Fisher Bldg., Detroit. Mich. 
Phone: (313) 872-4550; John Parrott, 

Manager 
(See complete listing in New York City area) 



Other Michigan Cities 
PORTAFILMS 

4180 Dixie High« ay. Dra\ Ion Plains, Mich. 
48020 

Phone: (313) 674-0489 

Date of Organization: 1947 

William Murrav, Director 

Edward F. Wheeler, Sates & Utilization 

John Warren, Finance 

Stu Knickerbocker. Design & Animation 

Jim Colson, Editorial 

Gwen King, Production Coordination 

Monika Florentine, Office 
Services: Designers and producers of modem 
pictures for business and education. Facilities: 
Own .Tnd/or rent all equipment and facilities 
needed for live-action, animation and stop-mo- 
tion. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Snoicfighter (Austin- 
Western Div., Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corp.); 
The Pencil Sharpener ( Daldwin-Lima-Hamilton 
Corp., Construction Enuipt. Div.); Profits Plus 
(.Merit Industries. Inc.); Overture to a Neigh- 
Imrhood Hero (Rev.) (.\P Parts Corp.). TV 
Com.mercials: for Consumer Power Co. (9 
commercials). 



EAST CENTRAL STATES 



TIME LIFE 8 PRODUCTIONS 
(Div. Time Life Broadcast, Inc.) 

120 College, S.E., Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Phone: (616) GL 9-4125 

Date of Organization: 1962 

Howard J. Silbar, Managing Director 

Linda Dejong, Exeadivc Producer 

Leonard Bridge. Controller 

Gerald Vander Sloot, Recording £,ngineer 

Greg Mavo, Film Editor 

Walt Stokes. .\rt Director 

Gerald Kruyf, Plwtoaraphic Director 

Peter Whigham, Sales 
Services: 16 and S mm color. b&\v photog- 
raphv. Slide and film strip production. Editing; 
sound recording; scripts for audio and video; art 
work; music; T\' commercials; \-ideo tape re- 
cording; translation and foreign language record- 
ing. Filming available in foreign markets 
through parent company (Time, Inc.). Facil- 
rriES: Sound studio; projection room; editing 
rooms; art department; music library; carpentry 
shop. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictt-res: \'ot the Way They Used To 
(.'\niei-ic:m Seating Co.); Blue Magic (Michigan 
Blueberrv Growers .\s.sn.); May I Help lou 
(Western Michigan University); Color— The 
Magic Touch (National Paint, \'amish & Lac- 
quer Assn.) . Slidefilm: Your Career as A Holly 
Cook (Holly Grill s Inc.) . 

CAPITAL FILM SERVICES, INC. 

1001 Terminal Road. Lansing, Mich. 48906 

Phone: (517) 4S7-3735 

Date of Organization: 1942; Inc.: 1964 

Tames Robert Hunter, Trciidcnt 

Edna F. Hunter. Vice-Prcsider\t 

James Landes. Secretary and Director 

James Landes, Secretary & Quality Conlrol 
Stipervi.ior 
Services: Script to screen productions: T\' com- 
mercials; kinescopes: filmstrips; slide presenta- 
tions; titles and animation photographv; com- 
plete motion picture producer services; studio 
recording and record cutting. FACiLmES: Mo- 
tion picture processing laboraton.-. 8mm, 16mm 
.ind 35mm. color and black and white. Licensed 
Eastman Ko<lak Kodachromc II processor. Black 
and White re\-eisals. negatixe-positive and op- 
tical sound tracks. Fairchild and .\nsco color 
processing. Complete laboraton.- facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion I'ktiiu-s: More Different Than .Mike 
(National Education Assn.): Motor City Mad- 
ness (Michigan State Police); Your Community 
is a Cla.isntom (.\merican Iron & Steel Inst.); 
It's System of Education (Grand Blanc Public 
Schools); r/i<- Daily Challenge (U.S. -Vrmy 
T.-ink- Automotive Comm;ind): \\Vi<i<i Ncu) 
(Nat'l Educational Television, Inc.). 



OHIO 

Metropoliton Cincinnati Area 
BRAND PRODUCTIONS 
(Div. Brand Studios, Inc.) 
I20S (:eiitr:d Park«a>. C inciiuKili. Ohio 

45210 
Phone: (513) 721-1464 

Date of Organization: 1932 
Dale of Incorporation: 1964 
L. P. "Pat" Brand. Jr.. Executive Producer 
E. Clifton Price. Managing Director.' Creative 
Dir. 



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EAST CENTRAL STATES 

BRAND PRODUCTIONS: OHIO 

Gary G. Whidden, Director-Cameraman 
Clifford O. Kreuter, Soured Engineer 

Services: motion pictures, TV commercials, 
slidefilms, sound recordings, high speed motion 
analyses, editing and adding sound to existing 
silent footage. FACiLixrEs: 1250 sq. ft. sound 
stage and 3300 sq. ft. silent fully equipped 
studio; 16mm production, animation and edit- 
ing equipment; sound recording equipment for 
studio and location; still photo services. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: High-Speed Studies of Cen- 
trifugal Casting; High-Speed Studies of Centri- 
fugal Engine Lubrication (Dana Corporation); 
Three-Minute Truck Wash (DuBois Chemicals); 
Automated Paint Spraying (Philco-Ford Corp.); 
Transposition of the Index Finger in Congenital 
Absence of the Thurtib (Geo. A. deStefano, 
M.D.); Skyvaulter (Crossbow, Inc.); Precaster 
(A.R. Industries); Ointment Packaging (The 
Wm. S. Merrell Co.); Automated Warehousing 
for Sara Lee (Alvev-Fergusson Co.). Slide- 
films: Cincinnati (co-produced with Gil Cor- 
lett); Witness in M'estview (Standard Publish- 
ing Co.). TV Commercials: The House of Ad- 
miral (Admiral Corp. /Midland Advtg.) (Slides 
to videotape) . 

K & S FILMS, INC. 
10490 Taconic Terrace, Cincimiati, Ohio 
45215 

Phone: (513) 771-4440 
Date of Incorporation: 1946 

Jack R. Babius, President 

S. Harry Wilmink, Vice-President 

I. W. Steele, Vice President 

Roma J. Rabius, Secretary-Treasurer 

Carl Utrecht, Art Director 

Ralph R. Schuler. Asst. Editor 

Cathv Torme\-, Prod. Coordinator 

Jack Robertson. Production Supr. 

John R.ibius. Technical Director 

Charles CoKvell, Cameraman 

Gathel Weston, Production Asst. 
Services: Specializing in industrial motion pic- 
tures, sales training films, sound slidefilms, ani- 
mated and live TV commercials. pACiLrnEs: 
Production facilities, air-conditioned: two 3,000 
sq. ft. studios, sound control rooms, narration 
studio, conference room, editing rooms, art and 
animation studio. Script seivicc, 16mm synchron- 
ous sound recording equipment and complete 
editorial ser\'ices. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: What Happened to Jones- 
ville U.S.A. (A.L.T.A.); Sell Up to Inter-Con- 
tinental (Inter-Continental Hotel); Role of a 
Witness (Health Education & Welfare Dept.); 
A Million Happy Faces (Coney Island); PCM 
Telemetry Sy.<.tem (Radiation, Inc.). 

LASKY FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

3705 Lonsdale Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 

Phone: (513) 271-5833 

Date of Organization: 1939; Inc. 1956 

Ma.\ Lasky, President, Executive Producer 
Elizabeth C. Peters, Treasurer 
H. H. Nieberding, Secretary 
Marc Siegel, Script Hupcrvi.mr 
David R. Wilson, Sound Supervisor 
Douglas L. Gray, Production Supervisor 
Services: Producers of motion pictures for in- 
dustry and television. Specialists in color photog- 
raphy. Facilities; C^ompleteK' equipped sound 
studio and laboratory for 16mm production. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictities: The La.tt Word; New Prod- 
uct Film (Proctor & Gamble Co.); It's Only 



LASKY FILM PRODUCTIONS: 

Natural (United Appeal); A Look at the Future 
(General Electric Co.); and Christvms Songs 
1967 (S\Tichronized Films). 



Metropolitan Cleveland Area 
CINECRAFT, INCORPORATED 

2515 Franklin Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio 44113 

Phone: (216) 781-2300 

Date of Organization: 1937; Inc. 1947 

Ray CuUev, President 

Paul Culley. Vice-President, General Mgr. 

James Sheedy, Secretary 

Arittia Markworth, Controller 

Robert Haviland, Executive Director 

Robert Movvry, Art Director 

Harry Horrocks. Chief Cameraman 

Edwin C. Perry, Director-Cameraman 

Robert Schneider, Sound 
Services: 16mm and 35inm, color, b&w, pro- 
duction of live or animated subjects for docu- 
mentary, sales promotion and training, public 
relations, medical and full length TV produc- 
tions. Specialists in multi-camera s\'nchronous 
shooting. Original music score production, Smm 
projector and point of sales film productions. 
Facilities: Fullv equipped building; sound 
stages; floating recording studio, control rooms 
with sound equipment; art dept., animation and 
tide stands, still dept.: general offices, car- 
penter, paint shop; 16mm and 3.5mm camera 
equipment. Mitchell NC and BNC; portable 
diesel electric generator for location shooting. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Heritage of the River; Heri- 
tage of the Lakes; Toicboats; Flight; Architec- 
ture; Agriculture (Standard Oil Co.); Kirby 
Golden Cougar; Opportunity Unlimited (Scott 
& Fetzer Co!); Kem 1 Coat for "68; Deerolon; 
Mr. Milton Allen; Action Plan '68; A Word from 
the Wives (Sheivvin Williams); Borden Belt 
Sealer Machine (Borden Chemical Co.); Blue 
Water Seafoods (Blue Water Seafood Co.); 
Long Ships Passing (Lake Carrier's Assoc); 
Civil Engineering Maintenance, Management 
(U.S. Air Force); Newsreel (Republic Steel 
Corp.); 1967 Safes Meeting (B. F. Goodrich). 
TV Commercl\ls: for Chef's Pantry, Lake 
Holidav, Lakes of 4 Seasons, Lake of die Woods 

(Wattenmaker Adv.); Sirene Lite (Plastic Kote/ 
Fuller, Smith & Ross); Kronheim's Furniture, 
Sheet Metal Council; Repubhc Steel Research 

(Gerst, Sylvester & Walsh). 

EDWARD FEIL PRODUCTIONS 

1514 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland. Ohio 
44115 

Phone: (216) 771-06.55 

Date of Organization: 1953 

Edward R. Feil, Excctiiivc Producer 

Naomi Weil, Script Department 
Services; Production of industrial, institutional, 
sales, public relations and promotion films; films 
for television. FACiLrriEs: Scripts, camera, edit- 
ing, and sound recording available for location 
or studio production. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Safely Shielding in Chemical 
Laboratories (Grant to G.N. Quam Villanova, 
Univ. from Dept. of Injurv Control, U.S. PubUc 
Health Service) ; The Wraplock Story; The Side 
Tic Story (Perfonued Line Products Co. thru 
the Bayiess Kerr Co.); Salesman on Hidden 
Camera; Intervietos (Glidden Co. thru Meldrum 
& Fewsmith. Inc.); The Inner World of Aphasia 
(Grant to Dr. Leo Pearson, Case Western Re- 
serve Univ. from U.S. Dept. of H.E.W., Div. of 
Research & Demonstrations, Social Rehabilita- 
tion Service). 

These detailed producer references provide fihn 
buyers with key facts on experienced specialists. 



GENERAL PICTURES CORPORATION 

4501 \\'est Pleasant Valley Rd., Cleveland, 
Ohio 44134 

Phone: (216) 842-3636 

Date of Organization: 1957 

George Oliva, Jr., President & Safes Afgr. 

MUiard M. Horace, Vice-Pres., Gen. Manager 

Doris Shaw, Editorial Supervisor 

Wil Berg, Sound Supervisor 

Mildred "Thompson, Treasurer 
Services: Production of 16min and 35mm mo- 
tion pictures, soimd slidefilms, film commercials, 
script writers for training programs, sales presen- 
tations, lecturers, speeches, newsreel films, still 
photography, art work. Facilities: Sound stage 
49' X 49' \vith ceiling grids for overhead light- 
ing, rear projection, two Fearless Panoram dol- 
hes, Mole-Richaidson perambulator, studio and 
location hghting equipment, Ampex and Magna- 
svTic tape recording, Xagra, eight-channel mix- 
ing console. Maurer optical recorder, Moviola, 
Oxberry animation stand, music and sound ef- 
fects libraries. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Dimensions 3 ( General Elec- 
tric Co.); A Place for Growing (Connecticut 
College). Slidefilm: I.T.P. (Firestone Tire & 
Rubber Co.). TV Commercials; for White 
Dove (Lustig Adv.); and WJW-TV. 

INDUSTRIAL MOTION PICTURES, INC. 

3211 Pavne Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114 

Phone: (216) 771-1833 

Date of Organization; 1945 

A. P. MacDermott, President-Treasurer 

D. E. MacDermott, Secretary 
Services: Motion pictures, filmstrips, slides, 
stills; sound recording, script. Specialists in lo- 
cation work for hea\y industry. FACiLrnES: 
Fully equipped sound stages; editing rooms; 
animation department; six-channel synchronous 
recording; complete music department; AiTiflex, 
Auricon, Cine Special, Bolex cameras; mobile 
equipment for location recording and photog- 
raphy. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; The Unitized System at Slmr- 
on Steel (Lee Wilson Engineering Co.); Some 
Like It Hot (Penop Systems Co.); ].C. Penney 
Promotion (Jack Sharp Agency); The Lorain 
400 (Thew Lorain Div.. The Koehring Co.). 
Slidefilm; The Sweet Sixteen Market (Cleve- 
land Pl.iin Dealer). ^^ 

VISUAL METHODS, INC. 

3910 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44115 

Phone: (216) 431-0700 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Katherine B. Howe, President & General Mgr. 

Donald H. Howe, Technical Consultant 
Services: Preparation of original material for all 
tyi^es and sizes of slides and visual aids, includ- 
ing writing, ideas, art work. t\'pe, photography. 
Production of slides, \'u-Graph ti ansparencies, 
slide programs, flip charts, filmstrips and sound 
slidefilms. Facilities; Art department, studio, 
camera and processing facilities for b&w and 
color. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Sales Meetings & Slide Programs; for Sea- 
gram Distillers, Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., 
,\nstin Co., Booz Allen & Hamilton. Alcan Alum- 
inum, Harris Sevbold Co., Goodrich Gulf Chem- 
icals, Calvert Distillers, General Electric Co., 
American Iron Ore Assn., Horizons, 
Temper Corp., Malleable Founders. 



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VISUAL TECHNIQUES, INC. 

7016 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44103 

Phone: (216) 361-3733 

Date of Organization: April. 1963 

Edward T. .\oIl, President 

Jerry' F. Turk, Executive Vice-President 

Robert T. Davidson, Jr., Vice Pres., 

Engineering 
Charles E. Ford, Jr., Executive Producer 
Burt Breazeale, Producer 
Charles Toth, Photographic Supervisor 
Richard Suhm. Art Director 
Daniel Basch, Sound Engineer 

Services: Production and staging of automated 
multi-media presentations featuring multiple 
screens and panoramic projections for sales 
meetings, con\entions, puljlic relations, exhibit 
theaters, automated exhibits, etc. Facilities: 
Air conditioned 32' ,\ 28' studio, newly equipped 
Ampe.x stereo recording studio, art studio, pho- 
tographic studio, animation camera for slides 
and slidefilms, multiscreen panoramic camera. 
Traveling equipment including 12 and 16 chan- 
nel automatic programmers, dissolving slide pro- 
jectors, screen and stages including exclusive 
Three-Plane Projection System, and \V'all-of- 
Light Projection System, W'alk-Thru-Screen, 
Present-It- Yourself -Three Screen sonic program- 
mer. 3x4" carbon arc projectors with automatic 
changers. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Mlxti-Media Presentations: MPDFA Co7i- 
vention Show; NAVA Show; Concepts in Com- 
munications (Eastman Kodak Co.); The World 
nj Umris-lntcrtypc (Harris-Intertype Co.); Man 
and His Wonderful Machine (Reliance Electric 
Co.). 

Wilding Inc. 
2307 Chester Ave.. Cleveland. Ohio 
Phone: (216) 771-4030 
S. C. Johns, Jr., Branch Manager 
(See complete listing under Chicago area) 



Dayton, Ohio 
WILLIAM DITZEL PRODUCTIONS 

933 Shroycr Road. Dayton, Ohio 45419 

Phone: (513) 298-5381 

Date of Organization: 1962 

William G. Ditzel, Owner 
Servk K.s; Wrilc and produce motion pictures, 
filmstrips, T\' programs, commercials, and meet- 
ings. F.vciLiTiEs: .•\nricon. Bell & Howell, Am- 
pex Sound; Cine-Speci;d cameras; editorial facil- 
ities, music lilirary. 30' x .^0' studio. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictches: The Personal Touch (Frigid- 
aire Div., General Motors Corp. ) ; The Street 
(United Fund). Si.iueitlm: Flexibilitij Phis 
(Frigidairc Div., General Motors Coq>.). TV 
Spots: for Chamber of Commerce (William 
Ditzel Prod.). T\' Co.mmehclal: for Dayton 
Power & Light Co. (Wilhs/Case/Harwood 
Inc.). 

Toledo, Ohio 

FOCUS UNLIMITED, INC. 

330 Board i.f I r:i(lc Uldg., Toledo. Ohio 

43604 
Phone: (419) 241-1228 
Date of organization: 1964 
Elliott Slulian, President 
Patrick T. Keniu-, Vice President 
Fred Harrington. VT & Art Director 
William E. Phillips, Director Technical 
Services 
Services: Motion pictures, shdefilms, sync- 
sound-slide presentations TV films and commer- 



FOCUS UNLIMITED: 

cials. Complete scripting, directing, art super- 
vision, and collateral support for all presenta- 
tions. Facilities: Production offices, creative 
department, complete editing, studio, titling, 
16mm production equipment; conference and 
screening facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Miracle at Point of Cut 



(Master Chemical Corp.); ^ew Seahury-Dt- 
mension for Living (Owens Coming Fiberglass, 
U.S. Steel); The Comet Trail (Comet Indus- 
tries): Pattern for Profit (Libbey, Owens, Ford 
Glass ) ; lihersjass Tanks for the Petroleum In- 
dustnj (Owens Corning Fiberglass). Slidefilm: 
Tfic Ghost of Captain Shatter (Libbey, Owens, 
Ford Glass). T\' Commebcl\ls: for .Midas Muf- 
fler Shops (Paul Silver Agency). 



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METROPOLITAN CHICAGO AREA 



ACADEMY FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
123 West Chestnut St., Chicago, 111. 60610 
Phone: (312) .NUchigan 2-5877 

Date of Incorporation ; 1950 

Bernard Howard, Pres. & Exec. Producer 
Seb\tces: 16mm and 35mm motion pictures, 
shdefilms, slides, widescreen and other presen- 
tations for TV, conventions, meetings and sales 
aids for both tiie broadcast medium and indus- 
try, education, and business. Specializing in 
sales promotion and medical films. Editing, wTit- 
ing, recording, titling for outside producers. 
Writing, directing, production services for ad 
agencies and industrial firms. Animation as well 
as live shooting. Facilities: C;mieras, lights, 
cables, mike booms, dollies, recording equip- 
ment, etc., for complete production and shoot- 
ing either in owti studio or on location: 30' x 
45' X 14' ceiling sound stage. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Sec What the boys in the 
Back Room Will Have (.Maremont Exhaust 
Svsteins); Expo '68 ( Mogen David Wine 
Corp.); ABS Plas-tic Pipe (Marbon Chemical 
Div.. Borg- Warner); Ohimpic Try -Outs 
(YMC.\). Slidefilm: Cold Fini.ihed Steel Bars 
(Bhss & LaughUn Steel Co.). 



AGRI-FILMS 
(A Division of Cal Dunn Studios) 
141 West Ohio Street, Chicago. 111. 60610 
Phone: (312) 644-7600 

Cal Dunn, PresidetU 

George Owen, Vice President & Creative 

Director 
(See complete listing under Cal Dunn Studios) 



BECKER-GOESSL, INC. 
5621 Dempster Street. .Morton Grove, Illinois 
Phones: Morton Grove: (312) YO 5-3121; 22 

Chicago: (312) 267-0058 
Date of Organization: November, 1961 

Frank G. Becker, President, Photographer 

Marvin E. Goessl. Vice-President, Creative 
Director 

Nora Crane, .Art Director 

Gloria Kondell, Dcvisjii Illustration 

Venia S. Goessl, Home Economist 

Paul Cliff. Mechanical Illustrator 

W illiam Brodt. Art Production 

Earl Lindberg, Photographic Laboratory 

Patricia Pfaff, Office Manager 
Services: \'ista screen filmstrips; wide screen 
filmstrips, sound slidefilms; slides; \'u-Graphs; 
movies; T\' commercials; flipcharts; easel pres- 
entations; charts and graphs; collateral material; 
slidefilm animation, art. cartoons, illustrations, 
lettering, t\'pograph\-. Facilities: Photographic 
studios, slidefilm animation cameras, slide pro- 
duction and mounting equipment, film process- 
ing labs, typesetting f;icilities. white and colored 
t\pe cell overliixs. Iioine econoniics kitchen. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSOR S_ 
Motion Pictures: Power Tube (Johnson Mo- 
tors). Slidefilms: Techniques of Modern Off- 
set (A.B. Dick Co.); plus vista fihnstrips for 
Imperial Stamp & Engra\ing Co., and Mueller 
Co. Sales .Meetincs: for John Oster Mfg. Co.; 
Avon Products; Outboard Marine Corp.; E.I. 
DuPont de Nemours Co., Lie. 



GILBERT ALTSCHUL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

90!) \\ . Diverscy Park\\a>. C :lnc;ig(). 111. 

60614 
Phone: (312) 525-6561 
Date of Organization: 1954 

Gilbert Altschul. Pres. & E.\ecutive Producer 
Bruce Colling, Viee-Pre.-iident 
Len H. Slaton. \'ic(-Prc.M</ni/ 
Esther .Mtschul, Secretary-Treasurer 
Don Schumacher. Production Manager 
Services: Production of motion pictures, slide- 
films, slide prcsentatiiiiis and \ ideotapes for in- 
diistp.', education and government. FACiLmES: 
Sound stane; editing, recording and .animation 
f;icilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Eronlicrs of Science (Ilaii)cr 
it Row); This Is a Cooperative (Cooperative 
League of the USA); So Time to Lose (Amer- 
ic;ui Dental Assn.); Challenge to Sii/x-rt i.«oii 
(four films for the N'alion.il S:ifely Council). 
Slidefilms: Pattern in Mathematics (Series of 
11 titles, U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & 
Welfare)'. 







BETZER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
450 E. Ohio St.. Chicago, III. 60611 
Phone: (312) 664-3257 

Date of Organization: 1967 
Joseph G. Betzer, President 

Helen A. Knipka. Vicr President 

Ruth K. lensen. Office Manager 
Services: Motion pictures, slidefilms, TV films 
and coinmerciiils (li\e and animatotl. visual 
sales and training materials. FA<Minii,s: Crea- 
tive stiiff; production and art dep;irtments: <-dil- 
ing rm>fn; in.sert stage; 35niin and Uiniin e<iuip- 
ineiit for studio or location sluwting; planning 
aiui production of supporting visual and printed 
niaterinls. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Putuhi;; 77i« Wide One (Western 
Auto Supply Co.l. Slidffii.ms: .\ Cray Day /i>r 
O'Carrily (Metni|5olitan Life Insuraiux" Co.); 
Help Yourself to Security (C.O.H. Harold-son & 
.Assoc). T\' CoMMEHcL\LS: for National 
Women's Christian Temperance Union. 

EVERETT BLACKMAN PRODUCTIONS 
l.-vl liist Eric St., Chicago, 111. 6061 1 
IMumc: (312) 787-7475 
Date of Organization; December, 1966 
Everett Blackman, Producer/Director 



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CHICAGO PRODUCERS 

EVERETT BLACKMAN PRODUCTIONS: 

Noniian L. Cmenon, Axsociiitc Producer 

Margaret H. Blackmail, Sccrctari/ 
Services: Motion pictures, slidefilms, creative, 
and technical writiiiR for TV, schools and indus- 
try, specialists in medical sciences, 16mm print- 
ing and processing, titles, art and animation, 
editing, sound recording. F.\cihties: Creati\e 
department; script, art and animation: 16mm 
production equipment, studio or location, film 
inspection and repair. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictuhes: Congenital Anonttilirs of the 
Ear ( .Xortlnvestem Universit\- ) ; Revascularizei- 
tion of the Myoearclium (Edgewater Hospital); 
Congenital Cho!cf,ieatoma of the Middle Ear 
and Mastoid (Otologic Professional Associates, 
S.C). Slidefilms: Goya (Sir Terrance Caw- 
thorne. Kings College. England); Rhinoplasty 
( Xorthwestern Universitv). 



CAMERAS INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS 
(Division of the Ankh Corporation) 

1724 N. Orchard, Chicago, Illinois 60614 

Phone: (312) \VH 4-1S18 

Date of Organization; 1957 

Date of Incorporation: 1966 

Charles D. Sharp, President 

Richard Mansfield, Viec-Pres. & Counsel 

Phil Guzzetta. Treasurer 

Bob O'Donnell, Producer-Direetor 

Charles Lyman, Studio Manag,er 

Orville Hurt, Artist 
Services: Producers of 16 and .35mm motion 
pictures and somid slidefilms. Particularly ori- 
ented to medical films and social documentan,-. 
F.^cilities: Complete studio, sound stjge. Arri- 
flex and Eclair camera equipment; Nagra, Senn- 
heiser, Ampex and .Magnasync sound equip- 
ment. Interlock screenings; 5 complete editing 
benches W, 3 head Moviolas; projection room 
with 5 screens in cruciform pattern for 5 car- 
ousel synchronized projection to stereo sound. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion- Pictttbes: Finishing Systems by Fischer 
(H. G. Fischer & Co.); Bniig Forth My People 
^20th Century Fo.x Television); ;ind 23 game 
lilius for Chicago Bears Professional Football 
Club, Inc. 



CAVALCADE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
P.O. Box 801, Wheaton, Illinois 60187 
Phone: (312) 668-6363 
Date of Incorporation: 1948 

Dale McCullev, President. Writer-Producer 

Harold B. Mackenzie. Secretary 

Loreen R. McCulle\', Treasurer, 

Ted Norcutt. Editor 

Mar\ Claibourne, Editor 
Services: Production of industri.d, educational 
and religious motion pictures and sound filni- 
.strips. Patented "Cinemastage" process for in- 
dustrial show production. Facilities: .\niflex 
Ciimera with blimp; 3.5nim and 120 still cameras; 
editing; 40 x 40 sound stage with varietv of set 
components; Raby dolly; Mole-Richardson mike 
boom with perambulator; Magnecord; recording 
and lighting e()iiipmeiit. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictckes: ecology and Xalural (.'.as: 
Physical and Chemical Properties of Xalural Gas 
(Northern Illinois Ga,s Co.); The Good Seed 
(DeKalb Agricultural Assn.); In A Class by 
Itself (Missouri State Teachers A.ssn.); On Tar- 
get for Tomorrow (Moodv Bible Institute). TV 
Commercials: for DeKalb .'Vgricultural Assn. 

Extra copies of the 18th Annual on request 
while supply Ijists. Enclose $2.00 with order. 



JOHN COLBURN ASSOCIATES, INC. 

1215 Washington Ave., Wilmclte. Illinois 
60091 

Phones: Wilmette: (312) 251-S520 
Chicago: (312) 273-2310 

Date of Incorporation: 1953 

John E. Colburn, President 

i\I. H. Colburn, Secretary 

Floyd D. Parker, Exec. Vice Pres. 

Edwin J. Schonfeld, Vice Pres. & Senior 
M'riter 

Robert I. Ford. Vice Pres. Educational Div. 

John Hollida)'. Account Executive 

Del Schroer. Producer-Director 

Milan Slade, Art Director-Animator 
Ser\-ices: Industrial and educational motion pic- 
tures; sound slidefilms, filmstiips and overhead 
projector transparencies. Production ser\'ices, 
studio and facilities available to other producers. 
Writers, artists and technicians a\-ailable on free- 
lance basis. Facilities: Large sound stage; com- 
pleteK- equipped for 16mm and 35mm produc- 
tion. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Rev. Mr. Stranner Danger 
(Cook County Sheriff's Police); Int. District 
Governors .Assembly (Rotary International). 
Slidefilms; The Secret to Success (Maccabees 
Mutual Life Insurance Co.); Success Story 
(Midwestern L'nited Life Insurance Co.); What 
Your Cu-^tomer Wants (Sears, Roebuck & Co.): 
Your Doorway to Success (Summit Life Insur- 
ance Co.); Introduction to Mea.nircment & 
Evaluation in Dental Education (American 
Assn. of Dental Schools). 

CREATIVE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

520 N. Michigan Ave.. Chicago. 111. 60611 

Phone: (312) .527-2530 

Date of Incorporation: 1961 

Herschell G. Lewis, President 
Richard Brinkman. Editorial Supr. 
Louise Dowue, Production Manager 
Larry Wellington. Production Co-ordinator 
Bill I'tsunomiya. Art Director 
Eskandar .Ameripoor, Script Supervi-mr 
Spyridon Hortis, Crew Chief 
Services: Motion pictures; features, industrial, 
commercial, educational, training; slidefilms; 
still photograph) ; public relations; scripts; loca- 
tion photograph) for other producers; editing 
service. Facilities; filming in Chicago and 
Mi;uni. Mobile motion pictme and sound unit 
fully equipped for location shooting; 35mm and 
16inm editing department; art department. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pkitires: The Dispensed Potato (.'\&W 
Div., United Fruit Co.); Land Ho! (The 
Branigar Organization). Slidefilm: Electronic 
Miracles (DSF Co.). Fe.^ture Film: She-Devils 
On Wheels; Jusi for the Hell of It. 



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DOUGLAS FILM INDUSTRIES, INC. 

10 West Kinzie St., Chicago, III. 60610 
Phone: (312) MOhawk 4-7'455 
Date of Organization: 1945 

Fred C. Raymond, President 
.'\rthur R. foiies. Vice President 
Douglas P. Ravmond. Vice President & 

Director of Production 
Frank M. Miller. Director of Photography 
Emilv Rich, .\rt Director 
George G. Clilbert. Field Sales Manager 
loe l^usateri. (.fnalitif Control Manager 
William Bielicke, Quality Control Manager 
Lawrence Tickus, Chg. Printing Control & 

Prorfiicfion 



DOUGLAS FILM INDUSTRIES: 
Services: Creation and production of 35, 16nim 
and Super-8nmi motion pictures, slidefilms, TV 
commercials and theatre trailers from script 
through release prints for industry, agencies 
and education. Complete 35, 16mm and Super- 
8mm color and b&w film laboratory- services for 
industr\- and producers. Equipped and staffed 
for studio and location photography in motion 
picture and still fields. F.\ciLrnES; Large sound 
stage; staffed and equipped; script, art and 
animation; magnetic and optical sound record- 
ing, music scoring, editing, confonning and 
distribution of fihiis. Complete 35mm, 16mm 
and Super-8mm color, neg-pos, b&w printing, 
processing; ultrasonic cleaning. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

MoTio.N Pictures: Your Sales Voice in .Action 
(American Dair\' Association); The Corps Will 
Be Heard From Today (\'irginia .Military In- 
stitute); The Sehmoos Are Coming, Kecbler 
Company. Think Bigger, Hit Harder (Kraft 
Foods); Lifetime Sports Educational Project 
(Lifetime Sports Foundation); 1967 College 
.\Il-Star Football Game (Chicago Tribune Co.). 
Slidefilms: .All .About Cookwarc. Ekco Classic 
Cutlery Tools (Ekco Housewares Co.) TV Com- 
mercl\ls: Cheek to Cheek, for Procter & Gam- 
ble (Tatham, Laird, Kudner); Walgreen's 
(Scott & Scott Adv.); Fry-Right (Arthur Meyer- 
hoff). 



CAL DUNN STUDIOS, INC 
141 West Ohio Street. Chicago, 111. 60610 
Phone: (312) 644-7600 

Branch: 1040 N. Las Palnias, Hollywood, Cal. 

901)38; Phone: (213) HO 9-9011, Alan S. 

Lee, Manager. 
Date of Organization; 1947 

Cal Dumi. President 

Jim Dricker, Vice Pres., Production/ Dir. 

Geo. Owen. Creative Services Director 

Mike Dunn. Producer 

Bob O'Reilly, Executive .Art Director 

Ra\- .Mueller, Director, Cameraman 

Barnev Montgomery, Stage Manager 

Art Ellis, Chili Editor 

Ruth Reidy. Office Manager 

Sammi Williams. Talent Contact 

Donald B. Podell, .Audit & Bookkeeping 
Ser\-ices; Motion pictures and slidefilms for 
sales training, promotion, product information, 
emplo>ee indoctiination and special purposes; 
T\' commercials and productions. F.\cihties: 
Sound stage, insert stages, working kitchen, Ox- 
berr\- animation stand and ecjuipment; complete 
animation, inking and painting depts.; editing, 
screening rooms, carpenter shop, creative and 
administrati\e facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Toppers of Ilobart (Hobart 
Mfg. Co.); Investnwnl in the Ftiture (American 
Dental Assn.); Faktaff Quality Story (Falstaff 
Brewing Co.); Bacon Bins of Holland and 
Spain ( Black, Sivalls & Br\son. Inc. ) . Slide- 
films: .Adtniral Has the .Answers; 1968 .Air 
Conditioner Line Presentation; Take a Walk in 
the Sun (-\dmiral C^orp. ); 1966 .Annual H<port; 
Berwfit Statement Day (Montgomerv Ward & 
Co.); Don't Fence You In (LO.M.\); Join the 
Cold Rush — Discover Orange Cru.sh (Ci-ush 
International). T\' Com.mercials: for Sandy's 
Franchise (Walker .\genc\-); Beach-Office- 
Parly (Crush International); 1967 Chri.stmas 
Commercial (NBC-T\'); National Oats (L. W. 
Ramsev); Needle Kit, Knitting Course, G!a.ss 
C;hiller, ("lothes N'alet, Electric Clothes Brush, 
Shfic Polisher. Electric Scissors, Sewing Table, 
Supcr-Quik .Needles & Yarn (Sears, Roebuck/ 
Presba, Muench, Inc.). 

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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



FILMACK STUDIOS 
1327 South \\ abash Ave., Chicago, III. 60605 
Phone: (312) 427-4855 

Date of Organization; 1919 

Irving Mack, CImirman of the Board 
Bernard Mack, President 
laseph R. Mack, Vice-President 
Rudy Herman, Controller 
Roman Pohs. Music & Sound Engineer 
Jay Jankowski, Lah Manager 
Pat Cascio, Production Manager 
Robert Berg, Executive Producer 
Ron Ascher, Executive Producer 

SEBvqcEs: Motion pictures, filmstrips and slides 
for television, industry', education training pro- 
grams; sales meetings, creative servcies, script 
writing, stor\boards. Li\e motion picture and 
still photograpln- in studio and on location. 
16 and .3.5mm color and B&W animation and 
filmstrip photography. Sound recording mi.\ing, 
lip sxiic, jingles, sound effects, records. Artwork, 
titles, hotpress. Lab editing, processing and 
printing in color and B&\\'. Facilities; Equip- 
ped sound stage, sovmd studios, Oxberrj- anima- 
tion stands, art department, tN-pe shop; lab 
including optical printers, reduction, printers 
from 3.5m mto 16mm to 8mm. B&\\' process- 
ing, editing and conforming. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Picti-res: The Difference is You 
(Household Finance Corp); Arete (Combined 
Insurance Co.); Chicago Tribune Magazine 
(Chicago Tribune); A to Z Rentals (Garfield 
Lynne Agc\'.); Eureka Vacuum Cleaner (Young 
& Rubicani Agcy.); Compacto Press (Parker 
Hannifin C^orp.); Donatelli Facial Cremc (A. 
Eicoff .Sgcy.); DOG and Suds (Alex Franz 
Agcy.); Bank Americard (Simon Gwyne Agcy.); 
Filmstbips; Dealer Training Films (Interna- 
tional Harvester); Educational Filmstrips Coro- 
net Films); If Bottles Could Talk (Anstro Pro- 
ductions); Employees Orientations (Illinois Tool 
Works). 

FLOREZ INCORPORATED 
5825 Western .\vc.. Clarendon Hills, 111. 

60514 
Phone; (312) 323-9023 

A. S. Liiick, V.P. in charge 

( See complete listing under Detroit, Mich. ) 

MORTON GOIDSHOLI 
DESIGN ASSOCIATES, INC. 

420 Frontage Road, Northfield, III. 60093 
Phone: (312) 446-8300 
Date of Organization; 1942 

Morton GoldshoU, President. Exec. Prod. 
.Mildred (loldsholl, Secrelanj, Producer 
Jdhii Weber, V.P.. Studio Director of Design 
Willi. nil I.;iTigd()ii. V.P. Film Administration 
'I'vm I'rcesc, Producer 
Skiivicks; Producers of motion pictures and 
slidefilms for business, industry, television and 
education. Specialists in animated graphic de- 
sign. Facilities; Sound stage, 16mm and 35mni 
cameras. Moviolas, Oxben-y animation stand 
with Aerial Image; Ampex, Nagra and Magna- 
sync sync sound recorders, editing equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictihes: Imagination 10; Imagination 
XI (Champion Piipers, Inc.); The Documents 
of Man (.\id Assn. for Lutherans); Soi7 for 
Crowlh; Cooperative Vt'ork Training— A .Vrii) 
Dimen\ion (City of Chicago Board of Educa- 
tion). Si.ini-.KiLMs; Con.mmer-Personal Securily 
Auto Plan (C:ontinental C;isualty Co.); The 
Shopping Center Today (Inland Steel Prod- 
ucts); Sculpey (Polvfonn Co.). 

Copvright 1968: International Rights Reserved. 



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The Jam Handy Organization, Inc. 
230 North Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 60601 
Phone: (312) STate 2-6757 
Harold Dash, Vice-Pre.iident, in charge 
(See complete listing under Detroit area) 

ROBERT BRUCE HICKS & ASSOCIATES 

2 N. Riverside Plaza, Suite 1904, 
Chicago, Illinois 60606 

Phone: (312) 372-6966 

Date of Organization; 1963 

R. B. Hicks, President 

V. N. Hansen, Vice-President 

R. O. Hicks, Secrcfar!/-rrca.™rer 
Services; Motion pictures, slide films and closed 
circuit TV for business. Producers of sales meet- 
ing and sales incentive programs. FACiLrriES; 
.■\ssociate producers in New York, Atlanta, and 
Los Angeles. Stxidio facilities leased or rented 
as required. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Tite First 200 Vfarx (En- 
cyclopaedia Britannica); Marine Trades Exhibit 
& Conference-1967 (Boating Industrj- Assn.); 
The Magic of Mystik (Mystik Tape Inc.). 
Slidefilms; The Republican Way (United Re- 
publican Fund); Sailing Fun (Boating Industrs' 
Assn.). 

INTERLOCK PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

127 South Wacker Dr., Chicago, III. 60606 

Phone: (312) 346-1867 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Louis E. Wilder, President, Exec. Producer 

^\■il!iam R. Snowhite, Vice-President, Creative 
& .Art Director 

D. H. Bash, Secretary 
Services; Producers of busine-ss films— 8mm, 
16mm & 35inm motion pictures; sound slide- 
films, filmstrips and slides. New concepts and 
complete programming for sales meetings. Fa- 
cilities; Cameras, lighting equipment, studio, 
creati\'e & art dep;irtinonts and executive offices. 
Affihated with writers; editing, recording and 
animation services; kiboratories. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: The Varco 1771 Burster- 
Stacker (UARCO Business Forms. Inc.). Sliue- 
FILMS; Career for Tomorrow (R.F. WHiite & 
Co.); .A WW // Vet Explains the American Le- 
gion ' to His Son ( American Legion National 
Headquarters). Meeting Presentations: for 
American Telephone & Telegraph Co^ 



KELLOCK PRODUCTIONS: 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictvues; A Corporate Partnership 
(Woodward Governor Co.); The Real You; A 
Woman's Place (Nat'l Livestock and Meat 
Board); Tommy Looks at Careers-Chemistry 
(B.F. Goodrich of Canada); The Bonus of Time 
(Columbia Coated Fabrics); Botcers Valvair 
(Northlich Stollev & Gross); Opportunity Is a 
Point (Br>ant Nlfg. Co.); What It Takes Is 
Time (Garrison, [asper & Rose); also untided 
productions for .American Oil, Zelz Organiza- 
tion, U.S. .^ir Force; Bnming Corp. 

WM. N. KIRSHNER & COMPANY, INC. 

Exccuti\ e Plaza, 1 132 Waukegan Rd., Glen- 
view, III. 60025; Sales offic«: 365 Wabash, 
Chicago. III. 

Phone: (312) 729-3030 

Date of Incorporation; 1959 

William N. Kirshner, President-Gen. Mgr. 

Robert B. Ross, Vice-President, Training 

Robert Beaugrand, Vice-President, Wrifing 
Dept. 

Ansel Pope, Vice-President, Art Department 

W. E. Terry, Creative Director 

Robert Larscm. Secretary 
Services; Producer of audio-visual materials for 
marketing, sales promotion, TV, training and 
public relations; motion pictures, TV commer- 
cials, slide programs, slidefilms, industrial and 
business presentations, closed-circuit T\' pro- 
grams for business. Facilities; Two sound 
stages; three production studios; writing, pho- 
tograph\' and art department; recording; ani- 
mation; editing; projection and interlock equip- 
ment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibes: Speed Log (Vapor Corp.); 
.4 Belter Way to Package Cream (Portion Con- 
tainersV Super-Flo (Marshall Oven Co.): Your 
Child's First Dental Examination (Butler Toolh- 
bmsh Co.). Slidefilms; BT\"s (Down-Com- 
ing); /ri»7i Stopoff (lri.sh Tourist Board): The 
Whole Person (Hol\ Cross Hospit;»l); Money 
(Stewart-Warner Corp.); Mrs. Consumer (Nor- 
walk Furniture); Aim (Union Insurance). 



KELLOCK PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
(Midwest Studios, Inc.) 
1037 Woodhmd Dri\c, (;l. nvlew. III. 60025 
Phones: Glenview: (312) 724-0515 

Chicago: (312) 27.3-.38S0 
Date of Incorporation: 1964 
lames .\. Kellock, President-Treasurer 
Marion R. Kellock. Secretary 
I:mies A. Kellock. jr., Vice-President 
l-retlcrick K. Barber, \'i(i- Pres.-Salcs 
|. C. Diebold.\'i<c President-Sales 
Albert S. Br;idish. Vice President Prod. 
Services: Writing, production of motion pic- 
tures, slidefilms. and business shows. FACiLrriES: 
Two sound studios on ground level- 100' x 60^ 
with 30' clear to o\crhead catwalks-40' x 25' 
X 14' clear to roof-3.000 amperes- 1 20V AC 
power; screening room; lighting equipment; 
camera; .sound; editing; carpenter .shop: make- 
up and dressing ronms; c<)mmissar\'; art dept.; 
prop rooms; creative staff and production of- 
fices. 



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LA RUE FILMS, INC. 

159 East Chicago Ave., Chicago. 111. 606 U 

Phone: (312) SUpcrior 7-8656-57 

D.ili- of Organiz:ition; 1937; Inc. 1947 

He-Incorporated: 1966 

Mervin W. La Rue, Sr.. FBPA, C/iairiiiaM 
Board 

Cunler H. Doelsch, Prc.si(/<n(. Exec. Producer 

Parker W. Thomas. Seeretani 

Donna Lee Johnson. .U.sm-iale Producer 

Ellen Burggraf. Production Asst. 
Services: Motion pict<ires. slidefibns. Special- 
ists in medic;il. micro and macro-cinematoc- 
r;iph> w depth experience in scientific, rese.ircii. 
metlical leaching films. Consultants; nkuminB. 
prwliiction, utili/.;ition of audiovisual nietlia. 
Distributoi-s of .A\' e<iuipinent. FACiLmE,s; Stu- 
dio, .sound and camera equipment; :inimation 
stands; lime-lapse, high-speed f;icilitics. Ex- 
plosion-proof cameras, lighting equipnient; mi- 
en), ma-scroscopic sehips with 4x5". 35 & 16mm 
motion nidiire cameras Development, applica- 
tion of fibiT optics for l>od\- ca\ itv photography 
csp. i-ndoscopic ami peritoneoscopic cincnia- 
tograph\. Border spectnim (infra-re«l. ultra-vio- 
let) motion, still photo graphy. 

X^ this s\inbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
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CHICAGO PRODUCERS 

LA RUE FILMS INCORPORATED: 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictuhes: TIic Iliunaii Kkliidj in Cul- 
ture; Prognatic Miiiulibic (Northwestern Univ. 
Medic. il School); Glomus Tumor of the Middle 
Ear (Dr. R.A. Buckingham); Cataract Surgery 
Emphnjins. Bellous Teehnique and lustTument 
(V. .Mueller & Co.); St/stem to Safety (Travenol 
Labor:itories and Baxter Labs of Canada); Left 
Colon Bypass for Carcinoma of the Esophagus 
(Dr. ]i,s. St. Ville); The Thomas Cryopter (Ohio 
Medical Products); Anomalous Right Upper 
Lobe with Tracheal Stenosis (Suburban Cook 
Counts- TB Sanitarium ) ; The Finish of Surgical 
Instruments in Microphotography (V. Mueller). 



JACK LIEB PRODUCTIONS 

1230 W. Washington Blvd., Cliicago. 111. 
60607 

Phone: (312) 243-2600 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Jack H. Lieb, President 

Warren H. Lieb, Vice-President 

Donald J. Richter. Sound Engineer 

Charles R. Kite, Editor-in-Chief 

Ernest Schubert. Produetion-Asst. Editor 

Andv Burd, Production 

Bill Swander, Electrical Dcpt. 

Jerry Veysada. Traffic 

Elaine Badis, Office Manag,er 

Peggy Spillane, Librarian 
Services: 16/3.5mm motion picture production; 
industrial, theatrical T\', sales promotion, insti- 
tutional and sales training; specialists in travel 
promotion films, TV productions, spots and 
shows. Filmstrips and sound slidefilms. Con- 
sultant on motion picture problems. Script writ- 
ting. Facilities: Complete studios, 3 sound 
stages, RCA 35mm and I6mm magnetic and 
optical recording. Specialists in hi-fidelity mag- 
netic mixing. Nagra-lfimm sync recording for 
studio or location. Editing, musical score facili- 
ties, echo chamljer, three sound stages; four 
editing rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.N Pictures; Man in Cuniniand (U.S. 
Navy); To Keep a Promise (State of Kentucky); 
Wor'ld Series— \967 (American & National 
Leagues— Lew Fonseca); This is Western Ken- 
lucky University (Kentucky Univ.); Art Insti- 
tute Drawing Series (Art Institute of Chicago^; 
10 /.////(' Indians, Mrs. Kay Series (H.E.W.); 
1967 C.E. Dishwasher Presentation (Zimmer- 
McClaskey-Lewis); One Grain of Corn (Camp- 
bell-Ewald). TV Commercials: for Wilson 
Meats/Kom King (Campbell-Mithun) ; Trail- 
wavs (J. Walter Thompson); Baldwin Piano 
(Campbell-Ewald); Termitol (Frank C. Nah- 
ser Agency). 

MATTCO ASSOCIATES, INC. 

3309 N. Chapel Hill Rd., McHenry, 111. 

60050 
Phone: (81.5) 38.5-.5.508 
Date of Organization: 1960 
Branch Offices: New York: 18 W. 45th St., 
New York 100.36. Phone: (212) OX 
7-2896. Winston Sharpies, Jr. Musical Di- 
rector. 
Richard 1. .Matt, President & E.xee. Director 
William .\I. Eraser. Director of Sales 
Jerry Ol.son, Production Manager 
Services: Motion ijictmc and slidrfilm produc- 
tion, including lhc;itric;ds, TV and sponsored in- 
dustrials, sales and training films. Facilities: 
Recording, music scoring and editing; 16mm 
and 3.5Tnm editing rooms. Moviola equipped; 
16min and 35mm projection. 16 and .3.5mm Arri- 
flex and Eyemo canier;is; Niigra sound equip- 



MATTCO ASSOCIATES: 

ment; soimd stage, complete studio and port- 
able lighting; special camera-boat and truck. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Happy Holidays . . . in the 
Ozarks (American Oil C^o.); Jamboree for 
Friendship ( Ex-Cello-O Corp. ) ; Pacific Adven- 
ture ( Eastman Kodak Co. ) ; Series of 12 sales 
films (John.son Motors). TV Spots: Air Buoy; 
Skee Horse (Baker/Johnson & Dickinson); Re- 
ciTiiter; Cartoonist; Cheeseburger; Take Out 
(McDonald-D'Arcy). 

FENTON McHUGH PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

161 E. Grand Ave., Chicago, lU. 60611 

Phone: (312) 321-0533 

Date of Organization: 1956 

Fenton P. McHugh, President 

Rosemar\' Tengler, Administrative Assistant 

Robert Krugh", Comptroller 
Services; Production of 16mm and 35mm mo- 
tion pictures for business, industry and TV. 
Sound slidefilm productions. Facilities: 16mra 
and 35nim production equipment; editing facil- 
ties and sound stage. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Arms of Venus (Storer 
Broadcasting Co.); Air Buoy (Johnson Motors); 
La Rubia ( |oseph Schlitz Brewing Co.). TV 
Commekclals: for Miller Brewing Co. 



FRED A. NILES 
COMMUNICATIONS CENTERS, 



INC. 



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MPO Incorporated 

528 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611 
Phone: (312) 527-3680 

William Baile>-, Protector Sales Mgr. 

John Fogelson, Production Super. 

(See complete listing under New York City) 

BURT MUNK & CO. 

56 E. Walton Place, Chicago, III. 60611 

Phone: (312) 337-0034 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Burton M. Munk, President 

Patrick McNamara, Production Manager 

Mar\- Abraham, Bu.sinr.s.s Manager 
Services: Creation and production of motion 
pictures, slidefilms and related materials for 
business communication. Sales meeting and con- 
vention services. Nationwide public school dis- 
tribution of sponsored filmstrips. Facilities; 
Creative writing, planning and production. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictihes: Music to Live By (Ham- 
mond Organ Co.); To Serve A Market (Hot- 
point); The Story of Milk (4 films. Society for 
Visu.al Educiition). Slidefilms; The M'indow 
Shoppers: Dis/ut'fl.s/icr.? Unlimited; Dishwashers 
for Profit; Clean Up with Total Clean; Break- 
through '68; Hallmark of Todati (Hoti^oint); 
The Sights and Sounds of 1968; Off to A Fly- 
ing Start (Zenith). 



1058 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, Ul. 

60607 
Phone: (312) SEeley 8-4181 
Date of Organization; 1955 

Branch Offices: New York: 108 West End 
Ave., New York. 10023 Phone: (212) SU 
7-8770. Charles Ticho, Vice-President. Cal- 
ifornia: 5545 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood. 
90028 Phone: (213) 462-7311. Paul John- 
son, Lionel Grover, Vice-Presidents. 

Fred A. Niles, President 

Norman C. Lindquist, Vice-President, Sales 

William E. Harder, Vice-President, Production 

Rolf W. Brandis, Vice-President 

Harry Lange. Vice-President, 
Executive Producer TV 

James E. Morgan, Vice-Pre.sident, Finance 

Robert Alpert, Vice-President 

Manny PauU, Vice-Pre.'^dent 

Donald Lawrence. Production Manager, 
Industrial 

|a\' Sheridan, Production Manager, Features 
& Educational 

James Miller, Supervising Editor in charge of 
Post Production 

George Jarrett, Editing Administrator 

Sid Siegel, Musical Director 

Susan Mevers, Studio Stylist 

David L. Weiner, Public Relations 

Dorothv Roecker, Office Manager 

Bert Lindberg, Chief Charge Man 
Services; TV commercials; industrial films; 
sales training films; business theater; sound 
slidefilms; TV shows. Marketing and merchan- 
dising programs. Facilities; 100,000 sq. ft. of 
space; 3 sound stages; 3 editing rooms com- 
plete sound dept.; carpentry, electric, paint and 
prop depts.; 5 screening rooms; art dept. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picttties: Steel (Inkmd Steel Co.) 
Family of Motor Oils (American Oil Co.) 
People Opportunity (Sylvania Service Corp,) 
Picture of Health (Tuberculosis Institute); and 
The Winnins. Ticket (Serta Mattress). 



Pelican Films, Inc. 

410 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Phone: (312) 337-8116 
Max Pride, Producer 
(See complete listing under New York City) 



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■fr There will always be more "names" 
of so-called "producers" in phone books 
or other directories because these Pro- 
duction Review listing pages are re- 
stricted to those companies who meet 
our stringent requirements for reference 
data needed by film buyers. With no 
charge made for any listing in this Re- 
\iew, we reserve the right to m;iint;iin 
;i high standard of reference quality. Be- 
cause wc do, this book is the accepted 
;uithoril\' used in agencies, business and 
govenmient thrniighout the year. 



PERSUASION SYSTEMS, INC. 

200 E. Ontario St., Chicago, HI. 60610 
Phone: (312) 642-3840 
Date of Organization: 1966 
Arnold Y. Midlash, Pre.tident. Creative Dir. 
Rudv \Vright, V. P.. Producer 
Robert We D\ck, Musical Director 
Henr\' Puckhabei. Prod. Coordinator 
Norniim Deletzky, Chief Eiieimcr 
George Casanave, Staging Serrifes 
Services: Programs involving multi-media; spe- 
cializing in live and automated multi-screen 
presentations, training programs; corporate com- 
municiitions utilizing a-v techniques. Facili- 
ties: script, design scnices; still, motion pic- 
ture photogr.iphv, 16/35mm; sound recording/ 
Crown, Ampex recorders; multi-channel mixing, 
nuistcring and impulsing. Cartridge duplicLition 
;uk1 lii:iding; high-speed tape duplication. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictiihes: This Is Terra (Terra Chem- 
icals International); The Production Run 



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PERSUASION SYSTEMS: 
(Miehle-Goss-Dexter). Slddefilms; Puss'n Boots 
Green (Quaker Oats); Partnership Program- 
ming (Hart Schaffner & Marx). Industrial 
Shows Presentations: Patterns of Performance 
(Zenith); Key Club 68 (Continental Assurance 
Co.); Total Performance (ScMitz Brewing Co.); 
The Manly Art (Hart Schaffner & Marx): Stop- 
ping the Paper Flood (Mosler System). TV, 
R.\Dio CoMMERCL\LS: for Remington Aims, 
OgiK'ie Political Campaign (lames & Thomas, 
Inc.); Henry's Drive-In; Bond's Pickles. 



PILOT PRODUCTIONS, INCORPORATED 
1S19 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, III. 60201 
Phones: (312) D.\vis S-3700 

(312) BRoadway 3-4141 
Date of Organization: 1940; Inc. 1952 
C. Robert Isely, President 
Robert L. Dedrick, Executive Vice-President 
Bob Luce. Vice-President, Prod. 
C. Don Sheldon, Treasurer 
A. E. Boroiiahf, Secretary 
Hal Childs. Director of Photography 
Ken Kracht. Director of Ilhistrative 

Photography 
Dave Holmes. Director 
Dick Sato. Production Assistant 
Connie Andersen. Filmstri^ Department 
lay Xorman, Jim Cuca, John Needham, Sales 
Seb\tces: Complete creative and production fa- 
cilities for motion pictures and filmstrips. Re- 
search, writing, photography, sound recording, 
editing, and stripfilm seriices for industrial and 
business films. F.^cruTiES: 10.000 sq. ft. 3.700 
sq. ft. shooting stage with 14 ft. clearance under 
catwalks; complete kitchen facilities for food 
photography; 16mm Mitchell and .\rriflex cam- 
era equipment; generator & battery packs for 
field work; special right hand drive camera 
truck with inside camera mount, front platform, 
top platfomi and radio gear; .^mpex and Magna- 
s\'nc recording equipment including DuKane 
30/.50 signal generator; double s\'stem projec- 
tion. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: Year.', .\hiad. Today fW'heel- 
abr:itor Corp.): Water, Wltrre and When You 
Want It: Who Cares, Water; Keepers of the 
Blue Flamr (Mueller Co.l; Little Big Star 
('\"ictor-Dana Corp.): Understanding Througlt 
Involvement (Kiw.inis International): Digging 
for Profits: BL700 (Clark Equipment Co.); 
Through Hell Room and Sail Spray (Sears, Roe- 
buck & Co.). Slidekilms: Chempromatic: Q- 
M Sy.item (DuBois Chemical Co.); Servo-Com- 
munications for Schools: Communications for 
Health Care Facililirs (DuKane Corp.); I Saw 
Your Son Today (Standard Publishing); Spr- 
ing the 460 Series (Steelcase); and Par*.? of a 
Parts Call (Clark Central Parts). 



PINNN PRODUCTIONS 

tion of shdes, speaker controls movement) . Com- 
plete studios (26,000 sq. feet) for creative 
product and fashion photography including art- 
ists, designers and wxiters for collateral mate- 
rial and sales promotion production. Special 
packaging and shipping facilities for quantity 
programs. F.\cilities: 2 0.\berr\' animation 
cameras, Mitchell animation camera with stands; 
full range 35mm, 4 x 5, 8 x 10 and II x 14 
cameras; automatic slide mounter; automatic 
shde duphcators; three color processing labs. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
SuDEFiLMS: The Practical Science of Super- 
marketing (10 ssf for the National .■\ssoc. of 
Retail Grocers of the U.S.-NARGUS); Where 
the Action Is (B.F. Goodrich, Footwear Div.); 
Clean Air Center (Abbott Laboratories); Ex- 
tension Cone Paralleling: Interproximal Tech- 
niques (Rinn Corp.). Live Shows: .Vetu Product 
Introduction Meetings (five for S.C. Johnson 
& Son); National Sales Meeting (Kellogg's). 



Reid H. Ray Film Industries, Inc. 
208 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, 111. 60604 
Phone: (312) FI 6-0897 

Clyde Krebs, Vice-Pres., General Sales 

Dorothy Power, Special Assistant 

Reid H. Ray, President & Producer 

Ellsworth Polsfuss, Director 

Robert Winter, Fi7m Editor 
Creative staff for scripts, storyboards for the 
production of motion pictures, sound slidefihns, 
TV films. TV commercials, animation and 
graphic design. Screening room. 
(See complete listing imder St. Paul, Minn.) 



PINNN PRODUCTIONS 
40 East Erie Street. (,hita|j;o. III. (infill 
Phone: (312) 787-8432 
Date of Incorporation: 
Richard ]. Powers, President 
Sandra Powers. Secretary-Treasurer 
Ray Hebel, Production Director 
Tames H. Johnson. Creative Director 
Larr\- KelK-. Soles Director 
Ray Knpjack. Art Director 
Paul Spiel. Animati(m Speciali-it 
Roger Micus. Chief Photographer 
Les Tucker. Musical Director 
Harlan Croy, Producer/Director 
Frank Bro\v-n. Client Service Director 
George Drake. Editorial Services Director 
Services: Motion pictures, TV commercials, 
sound slidefilms. slides, live shows, sales train- 
ing meetings featuring "Pinnn Optics'" (anima- 



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RMP Productions of Chicago 

203 N. \\abash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60601 

Phone: (312) 372-S683 

(Wilham .Mthen in charge) 
(See data under Rose-Magwood, NYC) 



SARRA-CHICAGO, INC. 

16 East Ontario St., Chicago. III. 60611 

Phone: (312) NMlitehall 4-5151 

Date of Organization: 1937 

William Xewton, President 

Marvin Baile\-. Vice-President 

Jack Conrad, Viee-Pre.'.ident 

Harold Lignell, Vicc-Pre.iident 

G. Ricluud Bowen, Production Manager 
Services: Production of TV commcrci.ils. F.\- 
CILITIES: Ifimm and 3.5mm equipment, three 
stages. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

T\' Commercials: for United Air Lines. Pure 
Oil, Starkist Nine Lives Cat Food. Allstate (Leo 
Burnett); .■Vlberto-Culver, Simoniz (J. Walter 
Thompson^; Peoples Gas, Light & Coke; Zenith, 
Kleenex Falstiiff (Foote, Cone & Belding); Rey- 
nolds, Elanco. Hamilton Beach (Clinton E. 
Frank); General Mills; Alberto-Culver (Knox 
Reeves Adv.); Dair\- Queen. Toro. H,imm's 
Mishawaka Rublier (C.impbell-Mithun); Holly- 
wood Diet Bread (June .\dams); Alberto Cul- 
ver, Illinois Bell Telephone (N.W. Ayer & Son); 
Sunbeam (Perrin & Assoc.); Serta (MacManus, 
John & -Adams). 







this svnibol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in thus 18th Production Review issue. 



CHICAGO PRODUCERS 



SPORTLITE FILMS 

20 North W acker Drive. Chicago. 111. 60606 

Phones: (312) 2.36-8955: 236-8488 

Date of Organization: luly, 1955 

.Alfred D. LeVine, Producer 

Charles Lee, Unit Manager 

Mary Carroll, Comptroller 

Robert Decker. Counsel 
Sebmces: Point of sale, trade shows, public 
relations, sales promotion, T\' commercials, 
sponsor ID's stylized signatures, annual reports, 
sports-recreation, instructional, entertainment 
(35mm, 16mm, Super 8). Facilities: On loca- 
tion "action" assignments, .\rrifle.x. Eclair, 
Nagra sound. Bell & Howell, 70DR, Bolex. Fully 
equipped crews on per diem. Eastman Ekta- 
chrome color sports footage available. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Secomi to Sone (H.K. 
Porter. Thennoid Div.): 1967 Indy 500 (Sport- 
hte "500 Fibns); Duel in the Sun (Southern 
Racing .Assoc); Take Two (Thermo- King 
Corp.); Any Number Can Win (Litton Indus- 
tries). __^ 

SPUR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

57 West Grand Ave.. Chicago, 111. 60610 

Phone: (312) 321-1222 

Date of Incorporation: 1966 

Frank Babcock, President 

Paul A. Robinson, £.tccutii;e Producer 

Henrs- Nussbaum. Vice President-Treasurer 

Kathy Kimotek, Production Assistant 
Services: T\' commercials; industrial and sales 
training films. Facilities: 16/35mm equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

T\' CoM.MERCiALS: for Dr. Pepper (Grant 
.Adv.); McDonald's Hamburgers. Standard Oil 
(D'Arcv .Adv.); John M. Smythe (Herbert S. 
Laufm;in Adv.); Honey Meal Bread (W.E. 
Long Adv.). 

TAKE TEN INCORPORATED 
211 East Chicago Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611 
Phone: (312) 9+4-0455 
Date of Organization: 1961 
David R. Haves. President & Board Chainnan 
Dean DiBrito. Vice-President, Administration 

& Production 
Inez Harris, Corp. Secretary, Director 
Robert M. Cooper, Vice-President Creative 

Services 
Rohuid G. Behny. Vice-President, Sales 
Kenneth Solomon. Manager, Technical 
Services 
Services: Industrial motion pictures; live indus- 
trial shows: souiid-slidefilms: slide presentations; 
T\' films: videotape: musical jingles: radio tran- 
striptions; radio programs; creative cxinsullation. 
Facilities: Business offices; creative depl.; stu- 
dio. 16 35mni production; original music, scor- 
ing and copving dept.: art dept.; still photog- 
raphv dept.; print production dept. for collater- 
al m.iterial. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti res: Hiier of Knowledge (H.R. 
Donm-llv & Sons Co.); .Ac/iim leader (A.B. 
Dick Co.); .A Tiiiif for Professionals ( American- 
Slaiulard Co.). Slioefilms: Rcsptmsiblc You; 
Suece.s.sful You (BPRMA); More Living for 
Your Money; "M" for the .Xfcmi/ (Masonite 
Corp.): 1967 Par<nia)i<r Show i A.B. Dick Co.l; 
7'imr for .\clion: 1968 Con.ilruction Equipment 
Sliow (Inteniation.il ILirvester); People Play 
C^mes (Libbv. McNeil & Libby); The Rebel 
(Automatic Lift Trtick). TV Commkbcials; 
for .American Dental .Assn.; Speed Queen Wash- 
er & Dr\er. 



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TELECINE FIIM STUDIOS, INC. 

100 S. Northwest Highwa>. Park Ridge, III. 

60068 

Phones: Park Ridge: (312) 823-1418 
Chicago: (312) 763-5818 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Byron L. Friend, President 

June A. Friend. ccretary-Trcasurer 

Joan Werrbach. Atidw-Financc 

Martin Lindwall, Director of Pliotography 

Arvid Nelson, Supervising Editor 
SERficES: Motion pictures, filmstrips, live meet- 
ings, new product introductions, trade show par- 
ticipation. Color and B&W. 35mm or 16mm 
studio or location. TV commercials and pro- 
grams, complete packaging service, editing, re- 
recording, mixing, interlock screening, record- 
ing, script writing, filmstrip animation, high- 
speed, time lapse photography. Aniforms, Com- 
mnnipak. Facilities: Alultiple camera, continu- 
ous shooting equipment. 35mni and 16mm cam- 
eras, Arri, Eclair, etc.; magnetic recorder Am- 
pex, Nagra. etc., sound stage 30' x 45', five- 
channel re-recording and niLxing; dubbing from 
Nagra to sprocketed material; sels\n interlock; 
animation stand, motion picture and filmstrip, 
slide copying equipment; wireless microphones; 
location generators. CCT\'. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti.tres: World of Language Master 
(Bell & Howell); Di/zone Roof Decks (Zono- 
lite); This is Motorola (Motorola); So You Want 
to Be a Tool and Die and Mold Maker (Tool 
and Die Institute); Slidefilm: Train Robben/ 
(Dorsey). 

UNITED COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION 

325 West Huron Street, Chicago, III. 60610 

Phone: (312) 329-1242 

Date of Organization: 1966 

Marilyn L. Friedel. Executive Director 

William L. Klein. Executive Producer/ 

Consultant 
John Kogan. A'^sistant Producer 
Services: Scripts, presentations, technical, edi- 
torial services. Production, direction of motion 
pictures, .slidefilms and .all audio-visual media. 
Facilities; Production studios. Shooting stage, 
complete sound recording ser\ices and equip- 
ment; tape/disc'record pressings. Music and 
sound effects libraries. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictl'res; Boii Scout Camping (Bov 
Scouts of America). Slidefilms: Our Gang,; 
Our Gang— 1968; Scout Families (Boy Scouts of 
-America); A Career With a Future (National 
Cash Register Co.). 

HENRY USHIJIMA FILMS, INC. 

1101 Harrison Avenue, Park Ridge, 111. 6006S 

Phone: (312) 698-3331 

Date of Incorporation: 1962 

Henrv I'sliijima, President & Exec. Producer 

P. A. Ushiiima. Treasiirer 

Ruth Ushijima, Secretary 
Sfr\'ic:es; Producers of motion pictures and 
slidefilms for industry, education :ind TV. Fa- 
cilities: All location equipment in both 35mm 
and 16mm ;ind complete editing facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Men lox Pi( tires: The- Cilij That Cares 
(Mayor's Report Citv of C'hicago); .Wu' Pack- 
aging, Store Promotion (Hiram W:ilker); Sales 
Meeting film f Renault): Golf With Sam Sncad- 



HENRY USHIJIMA FILMS: 

1967 TV Color Series (Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Co.); Man in the Middle (Chicago Police 
Department); TV film segment for The Clark 
Gable Story (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer). 

VPI of Illinois, Inc. 

450 East Ohio St., Chicago 60611 

Phone: (312) 787-2500 

(See complete listing under New York City) 

WILDING INC. 
1345 West Argyle St., Chicago, 111. 60640 
Phone: (312) 275-1200 
Date of Organization: 1914; Inc. 1927 

Main Office and Studios 

1345 West Arelvle St.. Chicago. 111. 



Phone: 275-1200 
Dirk Young, Vice Pres., 



Midwest Sales 



Other Chicago Locations 

Wilding-TV Division 

301 East Erie, Chicago, 111. 

Phone; 943-9500 

Leo Cassettari, Manager 

Communications Idea Center— Customer Service 
5725 North Broadway, Chicago, 111. 
Phone: 275-1200 
Robert Younker, Manager 

Commercial Picture Equipment — 5725 North 
Broadway. Chicago, 111. 
Phone: 27.5-1200 
Robert Younker. Manager 

Wilding Branch Offices 

New York: 405 Park Avenue. New York. N.Y. 
Phone: (212) 759-09.54. Robert Ford, Vice 
Pres., Branch Manager 

Detroit: ISOOO West Eight Mile Road, South- 
field, Michigan. Phone; (313) 3.53-1400. 
^\'. W. Kraft. Executive Vice Pres.; William 
R. W^inn. Senior Vice Pres. 

Clen-elanti: 2307 Chester Ave. Phone: (216) 
771-4030. S. C. Jolms, Jr., Branch Manager 

HoLLY^yooD: 3518 Cahuenga Blvd., HolK^yood. 
Calif. Phone: (213) 464-7595. W. Watkins, 
Vice Pres., Wilding Productions, Inc. 

Toronto: \\'ilding/Canada Ltd.. 875 Don Mills 
Rd.. Don Mills. Ontario. Phone: (416) 429- 
1270. R. K. Carlson, Vice Pres.. Branch Mgr. 

WILDING DIVISIONS 

Mid-America Color Lars: 1.345 Argyle St.. 
Chicago. III. Phone: (312) 784-4224. Harold 
Kinzle. Vice President 

Tri-dex Display Corporation: 8820 Inkster 
Road, Romulus. Mich. |;ick Huff. Vice Presi- 
dent & General Manager 

Officers and Department Heads 

R. C. Ausbeck. Chairman of the Board 
Daniel R. Gallagher. Pre.'.ident 
\\'illi;im R. Winn. Senior Viee-Pre.mlcnt 
Harold Kinzle, Vicc-Prc.iident 
W. W. Kraft, Exec. Vice President 
Carl |. Nelson. Sf nior Vice President 
F. F. Palac. Vice Prcsident-Trea.9iirer 
L. A. Backey. Secretary 

Services: A communication agency specializing 
in marketing and promotion. Creative counselors 
and producers of motion pictures, slidefilms. TV 
commercials, complete live shows and presenta- 
tions, conventions and sales meetings, displays, 
exhibits, printed materials, and audio-visual in- 
st:illations. 

Facilities: Studio and service operations de- 
tailed as follows: CincACo: (1345 .Argyle 
Street): Home office and main studios: 10.5.000 
stj. ft. floor space — 29,000 sq, ft. in four sound 



WILDING INCORPORATED: 
stages (75' x 140', 70' x 100', 50' x 100,' 75' x 
60'); remainder in administrative and creative 
offices; still and motion laboratories, color and 
black and white; optical, animation and art de- 
partments; film screening rooms; sound record- 
ing departments; film vaults; carpenter shops, 
etc. (5725 N. Broadway): 20.000 sq. ft. floor 
space — 15.000 sq. ft. devoted to manufacturing 
of projection screens, portable stages, 8mm film 
cartridges, portable lecterns, and specialized pro- 
jection equipment; and administrative offices. 
TV production facilities are located at 301 E. 
Erie, designed and created for the production 
of TV commercials. Comprising 4,150 sq. ft.; 
building houses a stage, screening room and 
administrative offices. 

Detroit; (18000 W. Eight Mile Road) South- 
field. 34.170 sq. ft. floor space housing admin- 
istrati\e. sales, slidefilm and graphics depart- 
ments. (TRI-DEX Display Corp. - 66.000 sq. 
ft. of floor space, the building will include 1..500 
sq. ft. of stages for motion picture and slide- 
film production. It is the largest facilitx' for 
producing industrial scenery in the midwest 
with storage area for scenery, displays and ex- 
hibits. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Pur.mit of Cleanliness (Soap 
& Detergent Assoc); Bridge Over the Tagus 
(U.S. Steel International); Japan, Your Grow- 
ing Cash Customer (Deere & Company); Tall 
Times and Gentle People (Ford MotorCo. /Sears, 
Roebuck). TV Commercial: for World Book 
Encyclopedia (Post-Keyes-Gardner) . 

ZAPEL STUDIOS, INC. 

615 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611 

Phone: (312) SUperior 7-27.55 

Date of Incorporation: 1955 

Owen Zapel. President & Executive Director 

Ken Kmitson. Production Manager 

Warren Lerning. Editor 

Darel Hale, Cameraman 
Services: Producer of animation for TV com- 
mercials, industry and education. Live action for 
all purposes. Audio visual productions for sales 
presentations, slidefilms, filmstrips, Cellomatic. 
Optical and animation camera ser\'ices for Mid- 
west producers. Facilities: Studio 2000 sq. ft. 
with working kitchen; two floors, animators, art- 
ists, layout, lettering, hot press, 16mm and 
35mm orojectioii; 35mni optical and magnetic 
interlock. Editing with I6mm and 3.5mm 
Moviolas, two animation stands. M.aster series 
Oxberry with Aerial Image projector, yo\'-Stick 
control. 16mm and 35mm; 3.5mm piinter. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Marine Biologu: The Sheep 
Rancher; Ohirrvation of Air (EncNclopedia 
Britainnica); Hit that Line (Allstate Insurance); 
Comcca (Continentiil Can Co.). T\' Commer- 
cials; for WBAY-T\'; WFBM-TV; Leo Burnett. 

Champaign, Illinois 
ANDERSON CINEMATOGRAPHY 

2 llcnsou PI.. Chainp:iign. 111. 

Phone: (309) 3.56-8111 

Date of Organization: 1964 

Mark A. Anderson, Ouncr-Produccr 
Services: Motion pictures, television commer- 
cials, con\'ention display films, slidefilms and 
photography. Facilities: Script preparation, 
studio, title and giaphic preparation, 16mm 
production in studio, on location and with 
sound. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; March of the lllini (Uni- 
versity of Illinois Alumni -As.sociation); Wind 
of the Pasture (A. E. Staley Mfg. Co.); The 
Tryco Floater (Tryco Mfg. Co.) ; 'Not by Chance 
(Olivet Nazerene College). TV Commercials: 
for Eisner Grocery Co. (Lumpp & Fillman). 



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BUSINESS SCREEN ■ 1968 



KANSAS 

CENTRON CORPORATION, INC. 

West Ninth at Avalon Road. Lawrence, 
Kansas 

Phone: (913) 843-0400 

Date of Organization: 1947 

.\rthur H. Wolf, President and Exec. Prod. 

Russell Mosser, Executive Vice-President 
and Treasurer 

Charles Lacey, Vice-President & Secretart/, 
Director of Production 

Norman Stuewe, Vice-President and 
Director of Photography 

Harold Har\ey, Vice President, Producer- 
Director 

J. W . .Newsom, Director of Sales 

T. J. lolmson, Account Executive 

Margaret Travis, Script 

John CUfford, Script 

J. D. Powers, Script 

Dan Palmquist. Director of Editing 

lames Pearce, Director 

Courtney Jones, Writer-Director 

Gene Boomer, Director 

Leonard Schneider, Director 

Don Jessup, Sound Engineer 

Oscar Rojas, .Art & Animation Director 

Douglas Poulter, Director of Animation 
Photography 
Services: Motion pictures, slidefilms and sales 
meetings for public relations, sales, training, 
education and television, sales meetings. Sub- 
contracting, Specialized sports photography. 
Speciahzed color and/ or black and white still as- 
signments. .Animation and recording ser\ices. 
Facilities: New studio and office facilities in- 
clude 60' X IOC X 27' and .50' x 50' sound 
stages, voice studios, editing rooms, sound 
rooms, etc. Mitchell, Arriflex and Eclair cam- 
eras; complete lighting and sound equipment for 
studio and location. Complete animation. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibes: Prologue to Tomorrotv (AC 
Spark Plugs, General Motors); Something's Go- 
ing On (Phillips Petroleum); Economic Educa- 
tion; A Part of the Main (Joint Council on 
Econ. Education and Sears-Roehnck Founda- 
tion); Three to Make Ready (Kansas Chil- 
dren's Service League); Your Yard - Their 
Sheep (Defenders of Wildlife); Children of the 
Fort; Danish Farm Family; .\irplanis and Hoiv 
They Fly; Modern Engines; Take A Letter from 
AtoZ (McGr;iw-Hill Book Co.); Who .Am I?; 
Who Are Tliei/?; Who .Are We?; Where .Are We 
Going?; Personnel Sub-System (U.S. Air Force); 
Horizons Unlimited (American Medical Assn.); 
Building All-Electric; Emphasis on Enjoyment 
(General Electric); Demands of Excellence 
(Beech Aircraft). Fu-MSTBIp: Judgment 
(Phillips Petroleum Co.) TV Com.mehcials: 
for Seidlitz Paint (Pollard Adv.1. 



MINNESOTA 

COUNTRYMAN-KLANG, INC 

90.5 Park Ave. Minneapolis. Minn. 55404 

Phone: (612) 332-2538 

Date of Orguni/ation: 1956; Inc.: 1959 

Thomas C. Countr>man, President & 
Director of Photography 

Flo\d A. Klang. Vice-President, Writer- 
Director 6l Producer 

Florence Brown. Production Coordinator 

Robert .\. Farrell, Head Cincmutographer 

Fred Badi\an, Head of Editing 

(ack Gau\itte. Sound Department 

lames Sngimura, Slide Films 

Robert L. Edwards, Producer & Crealicc Dir. 
Services: Pro<lucers of industrial, educational, 
sports, sales, sales training, TV commercials and 
filmstrips, 16inm and 35mm, and advertising 
sales photographv. Fa( ii.ities: 4.500' stage, ani- 
mation, Mitchell, Arriflex. dollies. Lighting and 



COUNTRYMAN-KLANG INCORPORATED: 

sound equipment for studio or location. Com- 
plete recording with Nagra. Four Magnasyncs 
interlocks and multi-channel mixing. Music li- 
brarv and producers seri'ices. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

MoTiO-V Pictihes: The Inside Story; Go Whole 
Hog for Profit ( Cargill, Inc. ) ; Full Color Roof- 
ing; Bright Warning 1967 (3M Co.); The Com- 
pany that Didn't Knoic (IBM); Aviation Sitings 
in Minnesota (State of Minn.); More Power to 
You (Montana-Dakota Utilities); Bart Starr 
(Lincoln-.\Iercur\ ); .All .America Basketball 
1966-67 (Whea'ties Sports Federation); The 
Story of Trapshooting ( Federal Cartridge) ; 
Power of the Panther (Arctic Ent.); Spin Away 
Dryer (Carter Day); Linkote Dealer Film (Lin- 
ton Industries). Slidefilms: Scotchlanc on Mili- 
tary; Greenlite Striper (3M Co.); Cargill Beef 
Feeding; Cargill Dairi/ Perscription (Cargill, 
Inc.); Land O' Lakes Salesmen's Presentation 
(Campbell-Mithun); Eastman Kodak Bowl Re- 
port (Eastman Kodak); 4-Grurf« Gasoline 
(Western Oil & Fuel); TV Comxiebcials: for 
State of Minn. (Erie Savage Co.); Northshore 
Mfg. (lohn Lamb Co.); Crvstal Sugar (Barick- 
man & Selders); Polaris (Co'lle & McVoy .\dv.); 
Montana-Dakota (Montana-Dakota Utilities); 
First National Bank of St. Paul; Full Service 
Banks; Win Twins-Western Oil & Fuel (John 
Forney Adv.); Linkote (John Lamb Co.). 



WEST CENTRAU STATES 



EMPIRE PH0T050UND INCORPORATED: 

Advtg.). .AVP: Toro Manufacturing Corp. 1967 
TORODEO — multi-screen .Natl Distributor 
Dealer Meetings; Farmers Union Central Ex- 
change 1967 .\nnual Meeting; Control Data|s 
Executive Mgt. Seminar & 1967 Stockholder's 
.Meeting; Gold Bond Stamp Co. Nat'l Sales 
Meeting Pillsburv First .Annual Sales Meeting; 
Super Valu Presentation. ^^ 

FILM SERVICES, INC. 

2219 Johnson St., N.E.. Minneapolis 55418 

Phone: (612) 789-1235 

Date of Incorporation: 1961 

Iver C. Lind. PresidenI 

Galen L. Cain, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: 16mm motion picture production; 
scripts: sound recording: editing. Facilities: 
Small studio, sound recording and editing equip- 
ment: cameras, etc 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictlhes: Oh, My Aching Back (.Ar- 
gonaut Insurance Co.); 22 Vearv in Fetal Posi- 
tion (Minnesota Board of Health); Honey wcU 
Today; Who's Watchins. the Store? (Hone>Avell 
Inc.). TV Commercials: for Midland Coopera- 
tives, Inc. 



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EMPIRE PHOTOSOUND INCORPORATED 
4444 \\'. 7(>th St.. .Minneapolis, Minn. 5.5435 
Phone: (612) 920-:U)20 

Cable .\ddress: EMPS, Minneapolis 

Telex: 029-5317 
Date of Incori'oration: 1945 

William S. Yale, President & Treasurer 
Richard N. Jamieson, £.rccii(ii;e Vice- 
President 
.Arthur J. Nicol, Vice President, Production 
John Raddatz, Director of Photography 
-Mar\ Sherman, Corporate Secretary 
Warien Rose, Manager, Photosound Div. 
Gordon Winters, Mgr., Commercial Still Dept. 
Paul Martinson. Manager, Sound. I'dilim: & 

Projection Depts. 
Rik Rydlun, Art Director 
Gary J. Seman, Sales 
Services: Production of motion pictures, sound 
slidefilms. TV commercials and sales meeting 
presentations. Time-lapse, slow motion equip- 
ment. Editing :iiid interlock projection. "Tape 
and magnetic film recording, disc and tape 
music libraries. Process screen and arc rear pro- 
jection. Still hiboratoi-y. Facilities: 16inin 
.Maiirer and Arriflex cameras; 35min and Tech- 
niscope cameras; 16mm Eastman -Arc piojcclors; 
Strong Arc projectors for 3Ji" x 4" slides and 
filmstrips; 8' x 20'. 12' x 30' and 20' x 20' 
projecbon screens, available for conventions, 
sales meeting, etc. Animation, sound recording 
studio for stereo or monaural rei-ording; 35min 
recording equipment; Nagra recording equip- 
ment; .Ampex MR70 4-track !i" stereo etiuip- 
ment; industn ;uul educational vidinilapc pro- 
duction on Ampex \R 7500 and \"K 7800. 40' x 
60' X 20' high sound stage; stereo high fidelity 
public address system. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pktihes: 77ic Window: 915 Optical 
Page Reader ( CoiitnO Data Corp); A Million 
Lights (Metropolitan Planning Commission); 
Retail Farm Distribution; The Ship That Flics 
the PoM.v/i Flag ( Iiifl Mineriils & Chemical 
Corp.); Slioekii.m; Colors tt Coatings for Crea- 
tive Living (.Minnesota Paints. Inc.). T\' C.um- 
mercials: for Norlhrup King & Co. (BHD&O): 
3M Co. I MacM.imis, lohu & Adams I; Int 1 
Miner.ils & Chemical Corp.; Sindio One. Great 
Northern Railway Co. (Jobn \\' Fomey 



ANTHONY LANE FILM STUDIOS, INC. 
7401 \\ ayzata Blvd., .Mimuapolis, Minn. 
Phone: (612) 54.5-2518 
Date of Organization: 1948 
Branch Offices: New York: 2 Overhill Rd., 
Scarsdale. Phone: SC 5-3477. Neil McCaf- 
frev; Washington, D.C.: 2828 Connecticut 
Ave., N.W. Phone: 332-7617. Lawrence 
Griswold: California: 2859 Federal Ave., 
W. Los Angeles. Paul Wurtzel. 
.Anthonv Lane. President 
William C. Perrv , Exec. Vice President 
Sereno S. Scranton, Director. Technicolor 

Sales 
.Muriel Ilouorka. Comptroller 
Seiivices: 16 and 35mm protluction of indus- 
trial ;md T\' films and c-ommercials. Hunting 
and other sports films a specialtv. Animation: 
sound slidefilms; recording for radio. TV and 
films. Facilities: Sound stage; recording 16min 
magnetic. '4" t.ape: three music libraries; sound 
effects librar\-. Eclair-N'agra e<iuippcd. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibi.s: First. The PatirnI (Mcd- 
tionic. Inc.); Fim Is Our Trophy iCorthind- 
Lund-Rollite-Gapen); Wild Prairie {dM Seal 
Co.); Your Uninvited Guests (.American Secur- 
ity Alarms'). 

LOW & ASSOCIATES, INC. 

77flS Morsaii \\c.. !m>ii|Ii. MinncaiMilis. 
Minn. 

Phone: (612) SOI -3383 

Date of Organization: 19.59; Inc. in 1961 

R, C;leiin Low. Pre.iidenI & Producer 

Roseanne E. Low. \'i<(-Pr.-.Wrftii/ & 
.Av.voi-i<i(<- Producer 

Justin S. Edwards. Vicr-Presidcnl 

Willi;un J. Steinbicker. Director 

Richard W Laird. Art & .Animation Drcctor 

jon J. Balles. Edior 

Karen .A. .Aiulre.isen, Production .As.st. 
Sebvices: Writing and production of motion pic- 
tures for industrv and pnxhu-ers services. Fa- 
cilities: Modern studio with i-omplete live ac- 
tion .uid animation priKliiclion f;uilities. .Arri- 
flex and high-spei-d camera equipnienl. 60-ff. 
portable camera tower, remote control equip- 
ment for cameras, sound stage. N;igra. Magna- 
s\nc and St.iiicil-Hoffm;in souiul equipment, 
electrical interlock s\stein, Mole-Richardson and 



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WEST CENTRAL AREA 

LOW AND ASSOCIATES: 

Color-Tran quartz lighting. Moviola and other 

editing equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Airport.t in Perspective (Fed- 
eral Aviation Administration); Sliallow Water 
Anti-Traffic Mine (Honevwell, Inc. -Systems & 
Research Div.); CBU 34M Weapon Siistem 
(Honeywell, Inc.-Ordnance Division); Dental 
Services— The Dentisi-Patient Team; (U.S. Air 
Force); Ketj Weapon Systems; Toivard Greater 
Effectiveness (U.S. ."Vrnn- Materiel Command); 
Firepower (U.S. Amiy Munitions Command); 
Tropic Testing #2; On Target; Artillery of the 
Future (Picatinny Arsenal). 

NORTH STAR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

2201 Nicollet Ave., South, Minneapolis, 

Minnesota 55404 
Phone: (612) 338-0609 
William R. Heideman, President 
Morton G. Stone, Vice P res. /Sales Mgr. 
Leigh Kamman, Account Executive/Producer 
Robert P. Baker, Account Executive 
Gregory K. Page, Production Coordinator 
Alan Forrest, Art and Still Photography 
Director 
Services: Creative staff for scripts, storyboard, 
music scoring and the production of motion pic- 
tures, sound slidefilms, animation and graphic 
design, sales meeting programs, editing, 16 and 
3.5min projection and interlock screening; closed 
circuit television, video-tape productions and 
live shows. Facilities: Eclair and Nagra 16 and 
35mm camera equipment, 2 sound stages (25 
X 18 and 45 x 85), stiU department, Technicolor 
1000 and silent projector (distributors), Shi- 
baden closed circuit television, video-tape re- 
cording equipment (di.stributors), LaBelle and 
Audiscan (distributors). 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: rC-28; Selling Briefs (Mun- 
singwear); Growing Up (Onan, Division of 
Studebaker); Retriever; Advance Convertamatic 
(Advance Machine Co.); On the job (Pioneer 
Engineering Co.); North American Safari (Paul 
O. Hansen ) . 



REID H. RAY FILM INDUSTRIES, INC. 
2269 Ford Parkway, St. Paul, Minn., 55116 
Phone: (612) 699-1393 
Date of Organization: 1910 
Branch Office: 208 So. La Salle St., Chicago, 

60604. Phone: (312) FI 6-0897. Clyde 

Krebs Vice-Pres., Sales 

55 East Thomas, Phoenix, Arizona 85012 

Phone: (602) 265-0221. Karl Fischl, Vice 

Pres.-Southwest 

Reid H. Rav, President & Producer 
Ellsworth H. Polsfuss, Asst. Secretary & 

Producer 
Mrs. Frances Hostettler, Asst. Treasurer 
Del Shockley, Controller 

Clyde Krebs, Vice-President, General Sales 
Webb Hedin, Twin City Area Acct. Exec. 
Peter Cicrnia, Art Director 
Robert H. Winter, Chief Film Editor 
Donald Anderson, Chief Sound Engineer 
Services: Creative staff for scripts storyboard, 
music scoring, and the production of motion pic- 
tures, sound slidefilms, TV films, TV commer- 
cials: animation and graphic design, sales meet- 
ing progi;uns; editing, interlock screening, and 
6-channcl recording services. Fac:ii.ities: An- 
imation Department; stndio-stage; 16 :ind 35mm 
editing equipment; recording equiiiment. in- 
cluding Nagra Jl" tape, 16min magnetic, 16mm 



REID H. RAY FILM INDUSTRIES: 

optical, 35nini magnetic, 35mm optical (RCA 
licensee), studio and location recording; 300 
amphere portable gas-electric generators; Arri- 
flex and .Mitchell cameras, still photographic 
equipment; arc and incandescent lighting equip- 
ment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Discover America; Invitation 
to the East; Invitation to the West (United Air 
Lines); The Man and the Memory (Apache 
Corp.); The In In Winter (Ski-Doo-Bomb- 
ardier); A Tip, A Tool and A Chip (V. R. Wes- 
son); Designed to Deliver (Harnischfeger); 
What's New for 1968 with Chet Huntley-20 
subjects (Deere & Co.); Earning the Right to 
Ask Them to Buy; Are You Earning the Right 
to Manage Others?; The Heritage of the Un- 
common Man; People Don't Resist Change 
(BNA Films); New Habits in the St. Paul 
Province (Sisters of St. Joseph Carondelet). 
Slidefilms: Prescription for Profit (NCFA); 
Money Handhng for Tellers; Cashing Checks; 
Making Depo.sits; Operation Feedback (B.'M); 
Magic of Ceramics (V. R. Wesson); Grand 
River (Friends of the Middle Border); Lend- 
ing A Helping Hand; Moment of Truth 
(BPRMA). TV Com.mercials: Tree, BiUy 
Graham, Chet Huntley, George Jessel (Midwest 
Federal); Fuzzy Faces (Bolin Agency). 



MISSOURI 

Metropolitan Kansas City 

CALVIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
1105 Truman Road, Kansas City, .Mo. 64106 
Phone: (816) HA 1-1230 
Date of Organization: 1931 
Leonard W. Keck, President 
William Hedden, Vice-President 
Frank Barhydt, Vice-President 
James Hash, Secretary-Treasurer 
Richard Bulkeley, Executive Producer 
James Moore, Production Manager 
Larn- Kauffman, Director of Marketing 
Donald Phillips, Manager, Administrative 
Services 
Services: 8mm, 16mm and 35mm color, sales 
and sales training and educational fibns: 8mm, 
16min and 35mm service work and laboratory 
facilities for other producers, imi\'ersities and in- 
dustrial photographic departments. All film ser\'- 
ices offered at one location. Facilities: Two 
sound stages, area 19,000 sq. ft.; location equip- 
ment; laboratory with output of 25,000,000 ft. 
b&w, 30,000,000 ft. color a year; Kodachrome, 
Ecktachrome, ;ind 16mm negative-positive color 
printing and processing. 14 editing rooms; two 
sound studios with six channels, eight phono, 
recording equipment for film, tape, wax, mag- 
netic; ten full-time directors; creative staff; com- 
plete Oxberry animation and music facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Settinf^ the Suit Customer 
(Hart, Schaeffner & Marx); One Turn of the 
Earth (Caterpillar Tractor Co.); Know Your 
Baskrlhall (Official Sports Films); Clear Track 
for Tonun-row ( Westinghouse Air Brake); The 
7D-544; 7D-544 Dealer Training; The Torque 
Converter (Deere & Co.); Pattern for Profit 
(Elanco Co.); Do They Really Want Me? (Col- 
lege Placement Service); A Matter of Trust 
(Anchor Serum Co.); The Major Decision 
(Hesston Mfg. Co.); and Humble/Signal Oil 
Dealer Film (Campbell-Mithun, Inc.). TV Com- 
mercials: for Milgram (Calvin, Lane, Farris 
Adv.). 



'^^ this symbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in this 18th Production Review issue. 



Metropolitan St. Louis Area 

CONDOR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

3024 North Lindbergh Blvd. St. Louis, 

Missouri 63074 
Phone: (314) 291-3430 
Date of Organization: February, 1967 
Wm. Schmidt, President, Producer 
C.J. (Duke) Vdin^. Vice President- 
Operations Mgr. 
J. E. Schell, Secretary/Treasurer, Producer 

Services: Motion pictures, slide and stripfilm 
presentations, TV film and commercials, lan- 
guage and science tape-film series. Producer 
services, from pre-script to screen. Sound re- 
cording and dubbing. Story preparation, script- 
ing and scene breakdowns. High speed tape 
duplications. Education and training consulta- 
tion. F-ACiLiTiES: Complete script service; 16mm 
and 35mm production facilities; complete sound 
recording ;uid duplication, Vt" and 16nim; sound 
studio; animation; interlock projection in studio 
or client's location. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Genesis . . . With Love (St. 
Paul Theological Seminary); Cataracts to Con- 
tacts (Sales Engineering/Tng Co.); 45 Years of 
Fashions (Eddison Bros. Stores); CB Transport- 
able Shelter (American Air Filter Corp.); High- 
liS,hts of 1967 (St. Louis Professional Soccer 
Team); South America (International Travel 
Advisors). 

EDW. H. GOLDBERGER PRODUCTIONS 

1210 Tamm Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 
63139 

Phone: (314) 647-7112 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Edward H. Goldberger, Producer-Cameraman 
Services: Motion pictures for documentary, 
newsreel and public relations; 16mm kinescopes 
(off/air) of local television programs. F.acili- 
TiEs: On-premise studio; tour cameras, lighting 
and editing equipment; equipped for single sys- 
tem productions (fast local processing). Avail- 
able for location footage co\'erage, mobile-radio 
phone cai". 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Kodak Hula Show (Interna- 
tional Folk Dance Assn.); Five untitled train- 
ing films (A. P. Green Co.— in production); Stock 
footage of Honduras Premiere's \isit to St. Louis 
( British Honduras Government ) ; Baseball pro- 
motion for sales dept. (Owen Scott & Sons Co.). 

HARDCASTLE FILM ASSOCIATES 

7319 Wise A\'cnue, St. Louis, Mo. 63117 

Phone: (314) 647-4200 

Date of Organiz;ition: 1930 

J. H. Hardcastle, Producer 

G. A. La\'ne, As.\i.stant Producer 

Lambert Kaiman, Director 

Richard Hardcastle, Editorial 

Richard Hardcastle, Jr., Production 
Serntcfs; Production of sound motion pictures, 
slidefilms, TV documentaries and commercials 
in b&w and color; advertising, sales promotion, 
public relations, and training films for business, 
civic and religions organizations; local coverage 
or completion sciaMccs for ont-of-towii producers. 
Facilities: 35mm & 16min .\rrillex, .'Vm-icon Pro 
600, Eclair; .sound stage, N;igra. .Ampcx, Stancil 
Hoffman and Magnas\nc recorders; editing 
rooms, Mo\iola; port:iblc lighting equipment for 
location production. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: What's A Man Worth? 
(KSD-TV); Go-Granco (Granite City Steel 
Cx).); It's How It's Handled; The XYZ's of 
Draft (Aulieuser-liusch). Sliuefilm: Wet & 
Wild Sweepstakes (Seven-Up Co.). 



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SHELBY STORCK AND COMPANY, INC. 

4746 McPherson, St. Louis, Mo., 63108 

Phone: (314) FO 1-4200 

Date of Iiicoqioiatioii: 1966 

Shelb>' Storc-k, President 

Pierre \'acho, Vice President 

Arthur Fillmore, Director of Photography 

Lorna Garmany, Production Manager 
Services: Production of pubhc issue, social and 
■documentarv motion pictures. F.\cilities; Com- 
plete location iiroduction equipment, writing, 
•directing and editing facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictuhes: Time for A Man, Ladi/ of 
the House, The "Footsie" Britt Story (Rocke- 
feller for Governor Committee); Quality and 
Fromise (Washington University); Tomorrow's 
Game (St. Louis Cardinals and -Anheuser- 
Busch Inc.). TV CoMMERCL^LS: for Rockefeller 
for Governor Committee. 



NEBRASKA 

Omaha Metropolitan Area 

CHAPMAN/SPITTLER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1908 Caiifoniia. Omaha, Nebraska 6S102 

Phone: (402) 348-1600 

Date of Organization; 1960 

Robert y. Spittler, President 

Donald L. Chapman, Secretary-Treasurer 

Donald L. Hanson, Art Director 

Brian Kennedy, Commercial Photo Dept. 

Christy Brehm, Production Coordinator 
Services: 16/3.5mm motion pictures; filmstrips; 
3.5mm slides, slide presentations; artwork and 
animation; still photograph)-; TV films and com- 
mercials; recording, editing and scripts. F.-vcn-i- 
TiEs; Sound stage; recording studio; 16/3.5mm 
editing, sound and production equipment for lo- 
cation or studio. Airplane for transportation, lo- 
cation use. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictitres: Please (United Fund of 
Houston and Harris Counties); Your Finest 
Hour (Omaha United Community Service). TV 
CoMMKRciALS; for Paymaster Cotton; Mutual 
of Omaha; Northwestern Bell (Bozell & Ja- 
cobs); Vallev Irrigation (Holland, Dreves, Poff 
& Reilly); Blue Cross/Blue Shield (direct). 



RAY J. CHRISTENSEN FILM ASSOCIATES, INC. 

809 N. .50th St., Omaha, Nebraska 

Phone: (402) 558-5611 

Date of Organization: 1956 

Ray J. Christcnscn, Producer, Director 

Norm Goldm:in, Asst. Film-maker 
Services: Research and creation of motion pic- 
tures for public information, education and pub- 
lic relilions, six-cializing in documentary tech- 
niques. Facilities: .Arriflcv 16mm S & BL, 
Nagra recorder and allied lighting and editing 
equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picturks: Hope Is the Beginning (Im- 
mancul. Inc.); Wluy Will Follcno (Northwest 
Bell Telephone); Untitled Film (Omaha World- 
Herald); Untitled films for Omaha Public Power 
District and Metropolitan Utilities District. 

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NORTH DAKOTA 

BILL SNYDER FILMS 
105'/2 Broadway, Fargo, North Dakota 

Mailing Address: Box 984, Fargo, N.D. 
Phone: (701) 232-6500 
Date of Organization: 1956 

Bill Snyder, Owner, Cinematographer 
John NIcDonough, Creative Director 
Conrad Rose, Cintinatonrapher 
John Ellingson, Editing, 

Services: 16mm sales promotion, public rela- 
tions and educational films for business, agri- 
culture; TV commercials; sound slidefilms; 
news-film coverage; stock library; film comple- 
tion for in-plant photographers. Facilities: 
Cine-Special, E\emo :ind blimped Arriflex cam- 
eras; Magnas\iic recorder; three-channel mixing 
and equalizing e(iuipment; Perfectone V4" sync 
recording and tr;insfer equipment; animation 
stand; music libr;iry; sound Moviola; portable 
lighting equipment; time-lapse equipment; com- 
pany-owned aircraft. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Ckite City and You (Gate 
City Savings); Co-op Confidential (National 
Cooperatives, Inc. ) ; The Ilarroweeder, Appli- 
cations and. Operations; Melroc Plow; Mashie 
Movie (Melroe Coinpain); Durum (North Da- 
kota State Wheat Commission ) ; Red River Land 
(KFME-TV); A Micro and Macro Approach 
to Lesions of the Cerehello-Pontine Angle (The 
Neuropsychiatric Institute). TV Commekcl-vls: 
for \ortliuc.slirn Savings and Loan, Otter Tail 
Power Conipunij, Melroe Ilarroweeder, Melroe 
Plow, (Harold Flint and As.sociates.) Co-op 
Batteries (National (Cooperatives, Inc.) Trac- 
tors (J. I. Case Company), Northwestern Bank 
(Paulsen Advertising), Paint and Gasoline 
(Farmers Union Central Exchange). 



SOUTH DAKOTA 



MAX HOWE FILM PRODUCTIONS 

R. 1 Box 185, Rapid City, S.D. 57701 

Phone: (605) ,343-6800 

Date of Organization: 1959 

M,-ix and Harriette Howe, Producer, Owners 

Linda Howe. Seerrlary, Asst. Producer 

Alan Howe, Art Director 

Rena Webb, Public Relations 
Services: Complete production, public rela- 
tions, sales and product presentations specializ- 
ing in livestock photography, stock footage li- 
brary. Facilities: Conference and screening, 
editing, hot press, art deparlmcnl, portable pro- 
duction, Arriflex, heaw duty lighting. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictiris: Sun Francisco Zoo. China- 
loivn; Kings Canyon; Sequoia S'ational Park; 
Santa's Workshop; Ilialcalt Park; Monkey Jun- 
gle; Waterwa(is; \eic Boston; Old Boston Cape 
Cod; Skywalk. Boston; Heritage Trail; Scotts^ 
bluff; Sioux Indian Wardance; Ride to the Sky 
(Colormax Corp.). 



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WISCONSIN 

EDLIN FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

140 N. 10111 Foiul I)u Lac .\vc., 
Gcrniaiitowii, Wisconsin 53022 
Phone: (414) 251-7328 
Branch: (metropoliUin .Milwaukee) 

Date of Organization: 1962; Inc. in 1964 
Edward E. Lindner, President, Producer- 
Director 



WEST CENTRAL STATES 



EDLIN FILM PRODUCTIONS: 

John Riesner, Writer 

James Calder, Sales 
Services: Motion pictures; TV films and com- 
mercials. Facilities: Sound stage 75 x 40-feet; 
Arri cameras; Nagra. Magnasync sound equip- 
ment; studio. lociitioii lighting. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Diamond Safari (Jos. Schhtz 
Brewing Co./Evinrude Motors); Holiday in 
Ecuador (Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co./Harley- 
Davidson -Motorcycles); Rio Holiday (Jos. 
Schlitz Brewing Co.); Lakes (N.E. Isaacson & 
Assoc). 

SWANSON PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

62.5 N. Mil\\;tukff .St.. Milwaukee, Wis. 
53202 

Phone: (414) 271-8774 

Date of Incorporation: 1939 

Robert W. Swanson, President 

Elizabeth Swanson. Secretary 

Carl A. Gengler, Treasurer 
Services: Creators and producers of all ele- 
ments of 16mm and 35mm sound, color sales, 
sales training, documentary, public relations and 
sound slide and TV films. F.^cilities: Motion 
picture center with sound stages, offices, pro- 
jection, recording and editing facihties. 16mm 
and 3.5mm -\rriflex cameras 4 channel mix facil- 
ities. lOO.OOO-watt heavy lighting. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictches; Soybean Clinic; NRF.CA 
Convention; Tlie Customer is Right; A Visit 
to El Rancho; Sand and Gravel Crusher (.\Uis 
Chalmers Mfg. Co.); It's in the Bag; World of 
Plastics (American Can Co.); Skeeter Cotn- 
mercial (EWnrude Motor Co.); Radicon (Falk 
Corp.); Heat Treating, Facility (Crede Foun- 
dries) A Winning Hand; A Name Not a Num- 
ber ( Keame\' & Trecker Corp ) ; Jamboree Com- 
mercial (Kohl's Food Stores); Breakthrough 
with Safebreak II (RTE Corp.); Wisconsin's 
Wheels of Commerce (Wisconsin Motor Car- 
riers .'Vssn); Peace Thru Understanding (Work 
or Sludv Abro.ad. Inc.); Noiv and When (Wis- 
consin Tel. Co.); Delh Country (Wisconsin 
Dells Reg. Chamber of Commerce). TV Spots: 
Wisconsin Motor Vehicle Dept., Wisconsin Fi- 
nance Co. 

SOUTHWEST STATES 
ARIZONA 

CANYON FILMS OF ARIZONA, INC. 

834 N. Seventh Ave.. Phoenix, Ari/. S5007 

Phone: (602) 252- 17 IS 

Dateof Org,ini?jtion: 19.53 

R:>\inond \. Boley. President 

Robert J. .Mien, Gem ral Mgr.. Seaj. Treas. 
SehvkiuS: Motion picture nriiducfrs for indiistr>', 
leUnisioii. advertising aiul etlucalion. T\' spob; 
sound slidefilms and the.itrical films. Contract 
sluxjting or editing for outside priKlucer^. Art, 
animation and script ser%ices. Facilities: Three 
sound stages (largest (>()' x 100'). sound record- 
ing f;icilities; Magnasvnc Mark l-\ DC" interlock, 
dulibing facilities or .Xinpcx 't" tape ociuipmcni. 
Set lighting and complete p<irtal)le lighting. 
S>nclironous camera, recorders and dublwrs, 
camera crane. Set oinstructiou. 16 35inm pro- 
duction; location e<iuipment. Sound stage and 
equipment available on renl.il to out-<if-state 
priHliuers. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: Arizona Sunsites; Timan 
Trailer (Horizon L.ind Corp.); The Etjes Have 
It (National Potato Council); Employee Orlen- 



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SOUTHWEST STATES: 



CANYON FILMS OF ARIZONA: 

tation Film (Yellowstone Park Co.); Integrated 
Diaital AFS Technieal Progress Report (Sperry 
Flight Systems Di\-ision); Film for Wood Mar- 
keting, Inc. (VanSant Dugsale & Co., Inc.); 
Reassessment and Rc-evahiation (Dept. of Ap- 
praisal & .i^ssessment Standards-State of Ari- 
zona); Hi ]olhj-Arah Camel Driver Story: Ara- 
bian Horse Show; Desert Reclamation (U.S.- 
I.A.); SLroEFiL.MS: To the Ladies; Free Money 
for Retirement; The Hollow Suceess of Doug- 
las Gates (Elba Corporation). 35mm Trailer for 
Travel Dept. (Continental National Bank). TV 
Commercials; for Salt River Project (Rhea 
Bennett Advtg.); Biltmore Fasliion Park (Arthur 
Meverhoff Assoc); American Tel. & Tel. (N.W. 
A\-er Advtg.); Automotive Safety Foundation- 
City of Phoenix (Trash Collection). 



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Reid H. Ray, Film Industries, Inc. 
55 East Thomas, Phoenix, Arizona 85012 
Phone: (602) 265-0221 
Karl P. Fischl. Vice President-Southwest 
(See listing data under St. Paul, Minn.) 



SWARTWOUT ENTERPRISES 

7155 E. Thomas Road. P.O. Box 476. 
Scoltsdale, Arizona 85252. 

Phone: (602) 947-2142 

Date of Organization; 1965 

Kenyon Swartwout, Partner 

Charles Swartwout, Partner 
Services; Business, documentary, educational 
and public relations firms; integrated instrac- 
tional and promotional packages, including 
films, phonograph records and printed mate- 
rials. Facilities; I6mm Arriflex, Auricon, and 
Bolex cameras; V4" tape and 16mm magnetic 
sync sound recording equipment; multi-chan- 
nel dubbing facilities; licensed background mu- 
sic libraries; editing and interlock screening 
equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictiibes; No Kept Citizens (Hillsdale 
College); St. Latcrence University (St. Law- 
rence I'niv.); Rhythm and Pidic; Musical 
Forms; Expressing Note Values; and Music in 
Action (G. C. Nash). 



OKLAHOMA 

MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTIONS 

1400 Skirvin Tower, Oklahoma City, Okla. 
73102 

Phone: (405) 232-0783 

Date of Organization: 1964 

Monty Mann, Executive Director 

Mitchell Williamson, Creative Director 

Don Loewen, Art Director 
Services: Industrial, business, training tech- 
nical, historical, educational, religious,' travel 
rriotion pictures; T\' films and commercials- 
theater commercials; videotape production- .slide 
and filmstrip presentations; producers services- 
sales meetings; closed-circuit TV. Facilities' 
16/8mm equipment; art .studio, animation. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictiihes: Plan Purina (Ralston Purina 
International); Bishops Fund (Catholic Diocese 

2 (.?»?"'•'' '.' ^"''^ '''"'' ^"f"'"'' (Amateur 
Soltball .Association of America). Slidefilms: 
WorlcTs Leader in Pet Foods; Broiler Produc- 
tion-?, versions (Ralston Purina International) 



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TEXAS 

Metropolitan Dallas Area 

ADDINGTON ASSOCIATES, INC. 
610 Exchange Bank Tower, Exchange Park 

Dallas, Texas 752.35 
Phone: (213) 357-9185 
Date of Org;inization: June, 1964 
Branch Offices: 1401 S. Post Oak, Houston 

Texas 77027. Phone; (713) 622-0209 



-"—- ■■ — "■ i iiwinr. \ t L'j j D;i;i-uzuy, 
Hugh West Sweeney, Exec. Prod.- 6813 
Belrose. El Paso, Texas. Phone: (915) 778- 
7582, Paul E. Freeman, Regional Sales Man- 
ager; 2805 Crescent Ave., Homewood, Ala- 
bama 35209. Phone: (205) 871-2644 
John A. Winding, Reg. Sales Mgr.; 2450 
Pacific Coast Hu-a., Lomita, Calif. Phone- 
(213) 534-0010, Ext. 304. J. Walker 
Owens, Reg. Sales Mgr.; Riverside Ter- 
race, 10 W. Riverside Dr., Carlsbad, New 
Mexico. Phone: (505) 355-2264, Ed R. 
Fowler, Exec. Producer. 

W. Robert Addington, President, Executive 

Producer/Director 
Bruce A, Freeman, Exec. Vice Pres. /Sales 

Sales Director 
Joseph L. Porter, Vice Pres./Director. A/u.sic 

& Production 
Jayne M. Seyster, Secretary/Treasurer, Talent 

& Production Coordinator 
lames W. Pierce, Producer/Director 
Terry Morris, Director. Creative Planning 
James F. Mayfield, Producer. Filmstrip 

Services 
Larry Hestand, Creative Planning. Mu.iic 

Composition and Arrang,ement 

Ser\-ices: Creative planning, writing, design, 
original music and complete production of 16/ 
35mm color and b&w motion pictures, anima- 
tion, sound slide and filmstrip presentations for 
the full range of communications requirements 
in business, industry, education, TV, entertain- 
ment and public rekations; production of live 
shows and all support media for business and 
industrial meetings and promotions. Facili- 
ties: Creative planning, design, production, 
sales administration and presentation facilities 
for all services cited. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: To Build a Better Yearbook 
(Taylor Publishing Co.); Around the Middle 
and Over the Top (Lofland Brothers); M-S5 
(Unit Rig & Equipment Co.); Tlw Square 
World of Mid-Continent (Mid-Continent Sup- 
ply); A Boy ... A Girl ... A Smi/r (School 
Pictures, Inc.); Cooperate With the Earth In- 
stead of Fighting It (Watson Foundation Co.); 
To Hunt Deer Through the Land (Mississippi 
Game & Fish Comm.); Mar-hon; and Cosden 
Od Report (Womack/Cla\'poole Agency); Ray- 
mon Loader (Rhino Industries). TV Commer- 
cials: Friendly Man T\' Series; Winterized TV 
Scries (Ashland Oil Co. Ralph H. Jones); Pub- 
lic Service TV Series (Internal Revenue Serv- 
ice); Chih Charlie and Fiesta (Gebhardt's 
Mexican Foods/Glenn Ad\-tg.); Nonvood in 
Congress (Republican Part-v). 



CARLOCKE/LANGDEN 

505 North Erva>-, Dallas, Texas 

Phone: (214) HI 1-5239 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Betty Whitlock, Pre.iident 

Gerald L. Annstrong, Vice-Pres.. Production 

Margaret (Mark) Murrell, Creative Director 
Services: Business, educational, public relations 
motion pictures; slidefilms; TV commercials and 
sales promotion materials. Scripting; color & 
b/w still photography; technical super\-ision: 
editing; direction & supervision, %-ideotape pro- 
ductions. Facilities: 8/16/35iiim production - 
live animation. 



CARLOCKE/LANGDEN: DALLAS 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Phtches: Oven a New Door; Dusty 
Shelves; Educational TV film (Dallas Independ- 
ent School district); / Am Only One (Dallas 
County United Fund). T\' Commercials: for 
Texas Girl Scout Council, \\'atson Associates, 
Bozell & Jacobs, Texas Power & Light Co., Dal- 
las County United Fund. Movie Trailers: 
JEMCO Films. 

FIDELITY FILM PRODUCTIONS 

1949 Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, Texas 
75207 

Phone: (214) RI 7-9446 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Branch: 901 So. First St., Abilene 79602. 
Phone: (915) OR 4-1342. Brett AlUson, 
Assi.itant General Manager 

Norman E. C. Naill, V.P. and General Mgr. 

Brockford Gordon, Production Supervisor 

Jim Guillott, Director 

David Dodge, Director 

George Chvka, Director 

James Tally, Editorial Supervbor 

Norris Ragle, Sound 
Services: TV commercials; industrial, sales, 
training and religious motion pictures; film- 
strips; radio recording. Facilities: Production 
capability- for 16/3-5mm, b&w and color; studios 
in both D;illas and Abilene. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti-res: The Air Force Phy.iician 
(U.S. Air Force); A Key for You (Killings worth 
Constniction Co.); In As Much . . . (Shultz 
Lewis Childrens Home); A Day in Alabama 
(State of Alabama); George Wallace in Cali- 
fornia (Luckie and Forney). Slidefilm: The 
Last Days (Highland Church of Christ). TV 
Series: Herald of Truth (30 episodes for High- 
land Church of Christ). T\" Commerci.^ls: for 
Lone Star Gas, Chrysler Corp. (BBDO); 
Amalie Motor Oil ( Susong) ; Gooch Meats. 
Bonanza Ste;ik Houses (WorkTnan); Southern 
Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co., Blue Cross 
and Blue Shield (Luclde and Forney). 



JAMIESON FILM COMPANY 

3825 Bryan Street, Dallas, Texas 75204 

Phone: (214) TA 3-8158 

Date of Organization; 1916 

Bruce lamieson. President 

Hugh V. Jamieson, Jr., Executive Vice-Pres. 

Jerry Dickinson, Vice-President 

David Orr, Vicc-Pre.fident 

LloN'd Abernathy, Vicc-Prcndcnt 

Walter Spiro, Secretary. Trea.surer 

Roel van de Wijngaard. Camera Dept. Head 

Mike RcvTia. Animation Dept. Head 

Robert Campbell, Laboratory Manaccr 

Roy Broussard, Editing Dept. Head 

Oliver H. 01i\er, Sound Dept. Head 

Larr\- Kuehn, Sales Manager 

Richard E. Byers, Equipment Div. Manager 

Services; Industrial, education, training, .and 
public relations motion pictures, 16/35mm; 
filmed T\' programs and commercials; sound re- 
cording, editing, animation; and laboratory ser\'- 
ices for industrial, educational, go\-emmental or 
producer organizations. Manufacture of color 
processor — Mark III. FACiLrriES: 10,000 sq. ft. 
studio & laboratory; 2 sound stages 5000 & 
9000 sq. ft.; complete 35/ 16mm production 
equipment; RCA 35/ 16mm sound channels; ani- 
mation, creative staff; editing, printing, proc- 
essing 35/ 1 6mm b/w, ]6inm Ektachrome. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Picti'res: Ocean Towing Techniques 
(2 films-U.S. N;ivy); Virginia City Operations 
(liure:iu of Mines); Star Performer, Darrcll 
Roy<d. The Pill, Convention Film (Southland 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



JAMIESON FILM COMPANY: 

Corp./Standford); The Endless Forest (Dierks 
Forests, Inc./Glenn); The T\' Xetwork Capers, 
Football Sicecpstakes (Coca-Cola Co./McCann- 
Erickson) A Head in Safety (E.D. Bullard Co.); 
The 1968 Open (Buick Div., GM/John William- 
son Assoc); Heritage of Buick Styling (Buick 
Div., GM/SCI); Poole's Rule (2 films-Humble 
Oil & Refining/SCI); Feepul Pals (Whitman 
Ind./Geyer, Morey, Ballard); Texas Stadium 
Report (Clint Murchinson Glenn). TV Co.\i- 
MEBCHLS: Lone Star Beer, Aunt lemima 
(Glenn); Pearl Beer, Bordens, First National 
Bank, Southern Union Gas (Tracy-Locke); 
Seven Eleven Stores (Stanford); N'euhoff Meats 
(Don Kemper); Shamrock Oil, SIC (McCor- 
mick); Keebler Bi.scuit Co. (Tatham, Laird, 
Kudner); Pet Milk, Hardees Hamburgers 
(Henderson); .3 M Co. (Young & Rubicam); 
Kenner Toys (Leonard Slive); American Chiro- 
practic Assn. (ClaN-ton Da\is); .American Oil 
Co. (D/Arcy): Gettelman Beer, Sl.OOO Beer 
(Hoff-man York) Durkees (.Meldrum Fesmith); 
Chevrolet, White Tires ( Bloom ) ; Nawico 
Wine (Richard Harris); Holsum Bread, Ben 
Buttermilk (W. E. Long); Wayne Candies, Ohio 
.\rt, Indiana. Mich, Elec, North .American Van 
Lines (Bonsib) Betty Crocker, Rainbow Crafts 
(Needham, Harper, Steers); Coca-Cola, Enco, 
Esso (McCann-Erickson); Lone Star Gas 
(BBDO). 

KEITZ & HERNDON, INC. 

3601 Oak Grove, Dallas. Te\as 75204 

Phone: (214) LA 6-5268 

Date of Organization: 1950; Inc.: 1960 

L. F. Hemdon, President 

Tom Young, Vice-President, Art Director 

John Bronaugh, Vice-President, Production 
Manager 

Don Lusb>', Safes Manager 
Services: 35mm and 16mrii color and b&w mo- 
tion picture production for sales, training, edu- 
cational, government agency films, and TV com- 
mercials. Complete slidefilm production ser\'- 
ices. Facilities: Sound stage, optical printing; 
animation stand; 35mm and 16mm motion pic- 
ture equipment; sound facilities; editing; ani- 
mation art staff; location truck equipment. Com- 
plete production and color lab facihties for 
35mm to S .\ 10. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

MoTiO-N Pktlue-S: Paiilion HcmisFair—Xcgro 
Culture; Negro Music; Indian Buffalo (Institute 
of Texan Cultures); 1968 Chrysler Boat Show 
(Ross Rov, Inc.); Wa^liington Shoiv (Braniff 
International); Holy Cross Mission, Liberia, 
Africa (W\att, Dunagan & Williams Inc.). TV 
Co.\iMEiici.\LS: for Patio Foods; Southern Icee 
( Norsvvorthy-Mercer, Inc.); Conoco (Clinton E. 
Frank Inc.); Lone Star Beer (Glenn .•^dv.); The 
Western Co. (Win. Finn & .'\ssoc. ); McDonald's 
Hamburgers; Morrison's Cafeterias (D'Arcy 
-Adv.); Potter's Sausage ( Galloway- Wallace 
Adv.). 

BILL STOKES ASSOCIATES, INC. 

5527 Dyer St., Dallas, Texas 75206 

Phone: (214) EM 3-0161 

Date of Oreanization: 1965 
Date of Incorporation: 1965 

Bill Stokes, President 

John Stokes, Executive Vice-President 

johnny Beasley, Vice President - Executive 

Producer 
Marshall Riggan, Vice President. Writer- 

D'.rcctor 
Ben laiuiary. Executive Producer 
Tack Bumev, Writer/Producer 
Dave Burcli, Hrad of Motion Picture Dcpt. 
lack Benton, Fitmttrip & Slkle Dept. 
Ed Motteram, Sound Dept. 
Floyd Hanan, Equipment Rental & Sales 



BILL STOKES ASSOCIATES: 

Leto White, Director of Photog,raphy 

AI Kidwell, Art Director 

Don Snyder, Director 

Mayme Allen, Producer 

Gerald Dolezar, Safes 
Services; Motion pictures, sales meetings, live 
shows, T\' commercials, sound shdefilms and 
slide presentations; complete animation and 
filmstrip services for other producers, rental 
ser\ices of motion picture & filmstrip produc- 
tion equipment. F.^ciLrnEs: .'\rt and animation 
department; Oxberry animation stand and cam- 
era (16/3.5mm). ."Vrriflex 16mm camera and 
blimp, porta dollies, portable sound equipment, 
16inm Amega and U" Ampex tape recorders, 
custom and !ibrar\' music, interlock screening. 
Moviola, still photography laboratory. Equip- 
ment for large quantit\' transparency produc- 
tion and super shdes. Sound Stage 5000 sq. ft. 
2400 amp capacity. Total 19,800 sq. ft. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictures : Sothing Just Happens 
(Southland Life Insurance Co.); The How-to 
Men (LTV Electrosvstems); Once Beneath An 
Oak Tree (Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers 
.\ssn.); Space Co>nmunicatioi>s (Collins Radio); 
T.I. Is Different (Texas Instruments); Accident 
Prevention; Friendship Church (Baptist Gen- 
eral Convention of Texas); The Two Faces of 
Profits (Proctor & Gamble); Fantastix; Media 
Presentation; Huddle; Championship Bowl '67 
(Frito La\'); Principles of Architectural Compo- 
sition (Clay Products Assoc, of the South- 
west). Slidefilms: The Aardvaark Boom 
(Advertising Club of Ft. Worth); Mr. King 
(Mr. King Products); The Thinking of Positive 
Power (Texas Power & Light); The Bank that 
You Build (Gifford Hill Co.); Look. Lirfcn & 
Learn (Pre-School Teaching); Borden's Impact 
'67 (Tracy- Locke, Inc.). T\' Commebchi-s: for 
Lone Star Beer (Glenn Adv.); Icee (Nors- 
worthv-Mercer); Dallas Morning News (Di- 
rect);' Lone Star Gas (BBD&O); Mayflower 
Movers; Indiana National Bank (Caldwell \'an 
Riper); Continental Trailways (Ad-PR, Inc). 

TRINITY PICTURES 

500 S. Ervay, Dallas, Texas 75201 

Phone: (214) RI 8-3344 

Date of Incorporation: 1965 

David R. Mulhcren, President 
Services: Motion picture production, editing, 
conforming, sound recording, motion picture 
processing, printing, and filmstrips. F.\cilities: 
Laborator\- 16 3.5mm interlock screening, 
screening room, soimtl recording, mi.xing and 
editing b&w and color laboratories. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Next Be.^ to Home (State 
of Texas); Six Flaas Over Georgia (Pennsyl- 
\ania Corp.): We Were There (Collins Radio 
Corp.); Fashion Parade (Colgate-Palmolive). 
Slidefilm: Selling the Product (National 

VISUAL PRESENTATIONS, INC. 
4319 Maple A>e., Dallas, Texas 75219 
Phone: (214) LA 6-7701 
Date of Incoqwration: 1961 
lames M. Guthrie. President 
J. Bert Rodriguez, Vice-President 
Robert E. Belh;ird. Secretary-Treasurer 
Patricia D. England, Production Supervisor 
John T, Da\is. Jr.. Production Coordinator 
Services : Production of T\' commercials; in- 
dustrial and tra-iu'iig films; syndicated T\' series; 
animation; slidefilms and filmstrips. Facilitif-s; 
35 I6mni production facilities. Air-conditioned 
sdiMul stage CInse-circuit television. Recording 
facilities 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- PirrriiFS: Line-Tempo-Vnuehl (Wyatt 




SOUTHWEST STATES 



VISUAL PRESENTATIONS INC.: 

& Williams, Inc.); Wehen Indu-^tries (Weben 
Industries); Texo-s Tourism (Texas Highway 
Dept.). "TV CoMMEBCL^LS: for Dodge Div., 
Chrysler Corp.; Lone Star Gas (BBD&O); 
Borden's; Austex Chili (Tracy-Locke & Co.); 
Silly Putty; Twin Twirler (Advertising, Inc.); 
Emplo\ers' Casualty Co. (Glenn Advertising, 
Inc.); American Fiimily Insurance (Mathisson 
& Co., Inc.); Dr. Pepper; Light Crust Flour 
(Grant .Advertising, Inc.); Mortons (Crook Ad- 
scrti.sing). 

Metropolitan Houston Area 

A-V CORPORATION 

2518 North Boulevard, P. O. Box 66824 

Houston. Texas 77006 

Phone: (713) JA 3-6701 

Date of Organization: 1945 

J. C. Rebman, President 

William B. Padon, Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 

A. P. Tyler, Executive Vice-President 

Da\ id Cazalet, Executive Director 

Wm. Bradles-. Director. Animation 

Wm. W. Bobbins. Vice-President 
XASA Production 

|<ihn M. Dennian. Vice-President 
.V.ASA Administration 
Services: Commercial, industrial documentaries, 
public relations, sales and promotional, training 
and educational films, TV commercials, film- 
strips. Design, construction, and production of 
display and exhibit booths, and all audio \-isual 
materials used therein for industry, education, 
trade, and technical associations. Complete pro- 
duction staff: producers, directors wTiters, cam- 
eramen, editors, animators, illustrators, design- 
ers and sound engineers and recordists, labora- 
tory, printing and recording ser\-ices. \'ideotape 
to fibn transfer. 16mm or 8mm. 1" or 2", all 
systems. FACiLrriEs: Processing labs, including 
latest Eastman films, printing, color and density 
correction, optical and special effects printing. 
Oxberry & Mitchell animation stands, inclua- 
ing aerial image equipment, sound stage, sound 
and recording stutiios. 8-channel mixing 16mm 
and Ji" tape recorders, dubbers, optical sound 
equipment, contact printers, step printers, 16mm 
b/w and color processing, b, w negative, posi- 
tive. revers;il and sound track. Ektachrome orig- 
inal work prints, release prints, Eastman color 
prints, negatives, intemegatixes. positive release 
prints. Eastman EF and Me-4 film, reduction 
.35/I6/8mm, 16/35mm cameras, lighting equip- 
ment, boom truck. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PuTini.s; Chocolate Bayou Story 
(IBM); .\/i/ .Vuiiic is Paul (Humble Oil & Re- 
fining Co.); Southwest Conference Highlights 
(SCl-Humble); Pamper ]cl (TTA-Glenn 
.\gency): Programs for People (U.S. .Mr Force); 
Project Moholc ( Brow-n & Root ) : Football Derby 
(Phillips 66): Joskr's (Glenn .Agency-Joske's); 
Plain Talk (Ketchum-MacLeod); SBC Special- 
.\i)olto (NBC); .\/.-.vifo City Oli/mpies (ABC); 
The Critical Path (Luinmis Engineering); 
Manned Si>ace Flight: From Baloon Gondola to 
Manned Spacecraft: The Tuehe Gemini: F/y 
Me to the Moon - and Back; Apollo .Applica- 
tions (N..A.S.A.); Rr.iidcntial Care and Study 
of Children With Intractable .Asthma (Knoll 



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this s\mbol over a producer's 
listing in these paces refers to display adver- 
tisement in this ISth Production Review issue. 



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SOUTHWEST STATES 

A V CORPORATION: HOUSTON 

Pharmaceutical Co.); 20 Anaiojny Teaching 
(Teaching Films, Inc.); Cine-Prosector Series 
(2-fLlnis-Teacliing Films, Inc.) Liquid Breath- 
ing of Oxygenated Fhwrocarbon (Univ. of Ala- 
bama School of Medicine); Radical Vulvectomy 
(Univ. of St. Louis Medical School); Rehabili- 
tation of Quadruple Amputee (Te.\as Inst, of 
Rehabilitation & Research); Dressing for 
M'ouiids Abrasions & Burns with Sterile Non- 
Adhering Gauze ( Chesebrough-Ponds, Inc.). 
AV E.xitiBiTs: for Texas Tourist De\''t Agency, 
Howell Industries, Ling-Temco, Booth, Inc., 
General Dvnamics, Keystone \'alve, Altec Mfg. 
Co. 

Addington Associates, Inc. 
Motion Picture Productions 

1401 S. Post Oak, Suite 2415, Houston, 

Texas 77027 
Phone: (713) 622-0209 
Hugh West Sweeney, Exerutive Produrcr 
(See lomplete listing under Dallas, Texas) 

SEBASTIAN FILM PRODUCTIONS 

2111 Norfolk, Houston, Texas 77006 

Phone: JA 9-7861 

Date of Organization: 196.5 

Ferd Sebastian, Jr., President 

Beverly C. Sebastian, Educational Director 
Sebvices: Public safety and educational films; 
medical, industrial and documentary fihns; TV 
commercials — concept, storyboards, script and 
foUow^through; stiU photography. F.\cilities. 
16mm and .35mni production and editing facili- 
ties. Staff writers, directors and talent file. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictuhes: Gulf State Utilities (Gulf 
States Utihties); series for Southern Main Bap- 
tist Church; (all other activity reported for 
theatrical release, non-sponsored). 

Other Texas Cities 
Fidelity Film Productions 
901 South First St. Abilene, Texas 79602 
Phone: (915) OR 4-1342 
Brett AUison, Asst. General Manager 
(See complete listing under Dallas, Texas) 

Addington Associates, Inc./ 
Motion Picture Productions 

6813 Belrose, Suite 2, El Paso, Texas 
Phone: (915) 778-7582 
Paul E. Freeman, Regional Sales Manager 
(See complete listing under Dallas, Texas) 



NEW MEXICO 

Addington Associates, Inc. 
Motion Picture Productions 

Riverside Terrace, Suite 32, 210 W. Riverside 

Drive, Carlsbad, New Mexico 
Phone: (505) 355-2264 
Ed R. Fowler, Executive Producer 
(See complete listing under Dallas, Texas). 

Look to These Pages for the Facts 

it Concise, accurate data on film production 
sources throughout the world is presented in 
these Review pages. Preview the work of the 
prospective producer; learn his viewpoint in 
approaching your specific project when you buy. 




MOU NTAI N 



SBES 



COLORADO 

Metropolitan Denver Area 

BARBRE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

2130 So. Bellaire St.. Denver, Colo. 80222 

Phone: (303) 756-8383 

Date of Organization; 1940 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Anita T. Barbre, President & Bus. M^r. 

Paul F. Emrich, Vice-President in charge 
Operations 

Harold J. Anderson, Production Manager 

Kenneth A. Meyer, Director of Photography 

Robert S. Price, Director of Sound 

Leona Anderson, Film Distribution 
Services: Complete production of all types of 
business films. Sales, training, pubhc relations, 
adertising, educational, medical. Color and black 
and white. TV commercials. Complete anima- 
tion. Producer services. Complete film distri- 
bution seiA'ice. Facilities: 2400 sq. ft. sound 
stage, theater, 16mm interlock; Maurer, Eclair 
& Arriflex cameras. 100,000 watts lighting equip- 
ment. 5 channel sound; Maurer optical record- 
ing; magnetic film recording; Ampex 2 channel 
tape recording; portable Arriflex-Eclair-Nagra 
sync s\'Stem. Portable camera crane. Editing and 
titUng rooms; full animation stand; editors, script 
HTiters. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: O.D.P. Training film (Moun- 
tain States Tele. Co.); The Sheep With E.S.P.; 
Lamb For Variety and Profit (Arnerican Sheep 
Producers Council); They Represent The Tax- 
payer; jet Shoe Simulation, The Next Step; 
Voyager Space Capsule Operation (Martin-Mar- 
ietta Corp. ) ; Arterio-V enous Shunt ( Univ. of 
Colo. Medical School); The Home Health Aide 
(Colo. State Dept. of Public Health); How To 
Place Structural Wire Fabric (Wire Reinforce- 
ment Institute); The Greatest Good (Colo. Min- 
ing .'\ssociation ) ; Colorado: Prehistoric Man 
(Colo. State Historical Society); What's Hap- 
pening In Sugar Beets (Great \\'estern Sugar 
Co.); TV Commercials: Currigan For Mayor 
(Frank & McCall Agencv); Public Service Co. 
of Colo. 



MARSHALL L. FABER PRODUCTIONS 

115-121 .Mariposa Street, Denver, Colorado 

Phone: (303) 255-3694 

Date of Organization: 1963 

Marshall L. Faber, Producer 

Albert Brandeberry, Jr., Technicolor 
Supervisor 
Services: Complete motion picture production 
from script to screening print in 35mm or I6mm 
theatrical or non-theatrical fields including tele- 
NTsion commercials. Industrial commercial, sales 
promotional, fund raising, training and educa- 
tional films and slide presentations. Design, ex- 
ecution, and production of display materials for 
use bv industry, commerce, or education. Guid- 
ance in the preparation of tlie training program 
or sales de\elopment procedures with special 
emphasis on the use of I6mm and Smm selling 
and training aids. Editing services, art work, 
sound recording, cUstribution service, Smm 
printing service. Cartridging of Smm for Tech- 
nicolor projectors, ser\ice and repair of Tech- 
nicolor projectors. .All producer services includ- 
ing location finding, casting and accommoda- 
tion reservations. S.A.G. signator. Facilities: 
10,000 sq. ft. plant including well-equipped 
sound stage; preview room and dubbing stage; 
art department; cutting rooms; still laboratory; 
Smm printing laboratory; cartridging station; 
service and repair station for Technicolor Smm 



MARSHALL FABER PRODUCTIONS: 

projectors; portable equipment for location 

shooting. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictt^res: ChaUcns,c of Change (Colo- 
rado Dept. of Education); Polyflex Manage- 
ment; Solving Problems of Lateral Belt Mo- 
tion; The Big Story; Wlmt's Your Problem? 
(Gates Rubber Co.); Iccmaker (Mile High 
Equipment Co.); Basic Grooming; Breaking; 
Judging Chnie (Appaloosa Horse Club). TV 
Commercials: for Acme Markets. Inc. (Aitken 
Kynett); Vicks International, (Douglas Fithian 
Assoc. ) ; Cheyenne Frontier Days ( Kosta 
Brooks ) . 

HENDERSON, BUCKNUM & CO. 

909 Sherman Street, Denver. Colo. 80203 
Phone: (303) 222-5601 

Date of Organization: 1943 ' 

Gilbert H. Bucknum, Partner 
James S. Holme, Partner/ Gen. Manager 
Jack H. Thomas, Partner/ Creative Director 
Kenneth C. Osborne, Production Supvr. 
Robert G. Zellers, Chief Cameraman 
Lee Yetter, Executive Art Director 
Services: Script wTiting and production of 
16mm motion pictures, including industrial, 
business, sales, promotional, public relations, 
educational and religious subjects. Sound, b&w 
or color. Sound slidefilms. F.\crLrnEs: Sound 
stage, editing rooms, I6mm cameras, interlock 
projection, four-channel sound mixing equip- 
ment, magnetic film and tape recording, com- 
plete lighting and electrical equipment, creative 
staff, .art department. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlres: The Secret of the Sale; and 
Your Personal World (Decorator Associates); 
Dentistry Through the Ages of Man — Italian 
Version (Rocky Mountain Dental Assn.); Tlte 
Treasure and the Trinket (Temple Buell Col- 
lege); Strategy '68 (Moimtain States Telephone 
Co.). TV Commercl\ls: for Mountain St.ates 
Telephone Co., Rickenbaugh Cadillac Co., 
Colorizer Associates, Komac Paint Co., Ben- 
nett's Colorant Division, Safeway Stores, Inc., 
Denver U.S. National Bank, Colorado Flower 
Growers Assocation, Buffys' Inc., Kuner-Empson 
Co. 

J P I DENVER 

1412 Latimer Square, Denver, Colo. 80211 

Phone: (303) 623-0167 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Jack E. Carver, President & Dir. of Dev. 

Jerome P. Vondergeest, Vice-Pres. & Prod. 
Mgr. 

Dallas P. Bo\d, See.-Treas. & Exec. Producer 
Services: Motion pictures, slidefilms; TV films 
and commercials (live & animated); live shows; 
meeting presentations; still photography; video 
tape production. F.\cilities: Creative, wTiting 
and art departments; opticals; animation; 16mm 
and 35mm production equipment; studio or lo- 
cation sound recording; still photo equipment 
and photo lab. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.v Pictures: Achievement '66; This State 
is Ours; Catch — It; (Public Ser\ice Co. of 
Colo.); TV Commerchls: for Pubhc Service 
Co. of Colo.; GW Sugar Co.; (Frye, Sills & 
Bridges Adv.) U.S. Ski Assn.; Capitol Federal 
Savings; Chevron; Mtn. Empire Dairy Assn. 

Widely Imitated — But Never Excelled! 

i-X During recent decades, these Production Re- 
\i(!W listings have been widely imitated, from 
"midget " handouts to bound \olunies. But none 
of these sources pro\ide the facts-in-depth on 
spcci;ilizing producers which have made these 
annual listing pages the best in the industry. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



BOB OLDS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
300 Johnson Bldg., Denver, Colorado 80202 
Phone: (303) 266-9961 
Date of Incorporation: 1967 
Howard F. Olds, President/Director 
Flo\d L. Sparks, Vice-PresJ Treasurer, 

Producer 
Joni Goldberg, Editor 
Leslie G. Lewis, Associate 

Services: Producers of motion pictures and slide 
films for business, industry, mditarj-, medical, 
educational, relij^ious, advertising and public 
relations uses. Facilities: Offices, screening 
and editing rooms. Production and stage facil- 
ities available. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: The Burden Bearers (Ford 
Overseas Tractor Operators ) ; American Indus- 
try; Let's Talk About Selling (Hamilton Man- 
agement Corp.); Report From Denver (IBM, 
Boulder); Morgan at the Movies (Triangle 
Publications); The I E I Show (Industrial Ex- 
po.sitions. Inc.). TV Commercl>\ls: Shaeffer 
Pen, International (Gardner Advtg., St. Louis); 
Curlee Clothing Co.; Keepsake Diamonds 
(Conklin, Labs & Beebe, SvTacuse); Denver 
U.S. National Bank: Mountain States Telephone; 
and ITT Hamilton Life Ins. Co. 



Other Colorado Cities 

SUMMIT FILMS, INC. 
P.O. Box 21,5, Vail, Colorado 
Phone: (303) 476-5940 
Date of Organization: 1961 
Date of Incorporation: 1964 
Branch: J. Barrv' Corbet, Jackson Hole, Wy- 
oming, Vice President in charge 
Roger C. BrowTi, President 
James Barry Corbet, Vice President-TreasuTer 
Monika R. Brown, Secretary-Treasurer 
Norman Dyrenfurth, Associate Vice Presidertt 
Joem (jcrdts. Director 

Services: 16mm and 35inm sound/color B&W 
film production for public relations, advertis- 
ing, iiidustr\-, education, sales and TV. Subcon- 
tracting. Specializing in remote location work 
under se\ere weather conditions. (Mountain 
sports photograph^', skiing, climbing, wildlife). 
Facilities: Offices; editing rooms; lighting and 
svTic sound recording equipment for location 
work. Two Arriflex 16's; lenses from 10mm to 
400mm, power operated zoom 12mm to 120mm. 
Stellavox recorder. Siemens projector, precision 
sound editing equipment. Large stock footage li- 
brary on skiing and mountain sports. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Putihis: The Incredible Skis; The 
Hart Sell (Hart Ski .\Ifg. Co.); The Joy of 
Skiinn (Western .Airlines); Waterville: Good to 
Unbcliecabtc (Waterville Co., Inc.); Denver 
76 (Colorado OK-mpic Commission). 



PACIFIC WEST COAST PRODUCERS 




Real Facts for Sponsors 

— pvidenre of suppliers' good faith 

■yr The detailed listings given specializing 
producers of business motion pictures and 
slidefilms furnish the buyer of sight/sound 
media with solid evidence regarding the 
prospective supplier. Listing data requests 
empluisizcd the need for both film and 
spon.sor references and it is this area of 
each listing which indicates the recent ex- 
perience of each company in these pages. 



San Francisco and Bay Area 
MARVIN BECKER FILM-MAKER 

915 Howard St., San Francisco, Calif. 94103 

Phone: (415) 392-1655 

Date of Org.Tnization: 19-52 

Marvin E. Becker, President 

Ann Becker, Secretary-Treasurer 

Frank E. Wulzen, Production Manager 

Services: Consultation and production of in- 
dustrial, documentary, public relations, sports 
and educational motion pictures and slidefilms; 
T\' program material and commercials. Special 
Assigimients. Facilities: 16/ 35mm production 
equipment, sound recording, multi-channel dub- 
bing, music and effects library, cutting rooms, 
animation stand, interlock projection. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictcres: The Hydro-Vent Ston/ (Paci- 
fic Distributors Co.); Martin Roll Stand (Geo. 
Martin Co.): Construction of Mangla Dam 
(Mangla Dam Contractors). TV program ma- 
terial for NET, "Discomit Houses", used cars; 
The Cultural Explosion (CBC-lntertel); Activi- 
ties of the Russian Fishing Fleet (Henry Strauss 
Productions). TV Commercials: for Pacific Gas 
& Electric. 

DAVIDSON FILMS 
1757 Union St., San Francisco, Calif. 94123 
Phone: (415) 885-6853 
Date of Organization: 1955 
John M. Davidson, Oicncr 
.\rthur M. Ka\nc, Production Director 
Louis A. Hough. Producer 
Peter ]. Smith, Producer 
Darla A. Elliott, Editor 
William Van Horn, Art Director 
Mimi Parkhurst. Officer Manager 
Da\nc Webb, Project Research & 
Development 

Services: 16/35mm motion picture production; 
research and WTiting; shooting, recording, art 
and animation. Facilities: Sound stage, mix- 
ing, dubbing, interlock, editing, projection, b&vv 
processing and printing, still lab, set and con- 
struction, animation, .art dept. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pk tires: Anlhropolos,y Scries (.\n- 
thropological Cumculum Study Project); Com- 
puter Assisted Teaeliing Program (U.S. Office 
of Education: Relalicilii Series (Science Curric- 
ulum Improvement Study); NCTM Scries (Na- 
tional Council of Teachers of Mathematics); 
public Infomiation film for High Scliool Geog- 
raphy Project. 

DAWSON PRODUCTIONS 

44 M(>ntgonur\ St., San Francisco. Calif. 
94104 

Phone: (415) 391-7620 

Date of Reorganization: 1965 

Laurence Dawson, President 
Services: Production and production assistance 
for documentary, educational and industrial 
films. Facilities: Editing room and interlock 
projection. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pktires: .Vt> Room for Wildcinr.ss?: 
Cdrn Camion; Two Yosemilcs (Sierra Club); 
Planned Safely (Dawson Productions); ^Vho 
Killed Determinants? (Math Assn. of America). 

^^ this s\Tnbol over a producer's 
listing in tlicse pages refers to displiiv adver- 
tisement in this 18th Production Review issue. 



FILMS FOR INDUSTRY, INC. 
970 OBricn Drive, .Mcnlo Park, California 
Phone: (415) 325-4453 
Date of Incorporation: 1959 
Paul B. Rich, President 
M. L. Rich, Secretary 
Ralph B. Chandler, Vice President 
Ralph Rose, Writer-Director 
-Manuel Urquiza, Directory Photography 
Charles W. Cromer, Writer-Director 

Services: Complete or partial ser\iccs for audio- 
visual presentations: planning, writing, produc- 
tion, distribution for all t>pes of motion pic- 
tures and filmstrips including industrial, educa- 
tional, docmnentar%', training, public relations, 
sales promotion, TV commercials. F.\ciLiTtES: 
Sound stage, animation, 16/35mm production 
e<iuipmcnt, sound recording and re-recording, 
editing, interlock and projection rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictxres: P.A.L, Hanger (Master 
Builders); Monorail (.\rrow Development); Hot 
Stage (Slaterial .\nalysis); Cleaner Air (I5A.\- 
PCD); Contamination (Tronic Corp.); Survival 
(C. J. Hendry Corp.); Watkins-Johnson Story 
(W'atkins-Johnson Co.); S-460 (Carco); Con- 
cresive Epoxy (Adhesive Engineering); Abato 
(Carter Corp.). Slidefilms: Flute (Carter 
Corp.); Charcoal (C.B. Hobbs Corp.); License 
Quiz (Pacific Standard). 



FURMAN FILMS 

1153 Kearny St., San Francisco, Calif., 94133 

Phone: (415) 781-7078 
Date of Organization: March, 1967 
William A. Furman, President & Producer 
Joan Yost, Art Director 

Services: Creation and production of motion 
pictures, short and long; special visual presen- 
tations; original music and audio effects. Fa- 
cilities: 16mm and 35min production and edit- 
ing facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.\U)TioN Pi( TIRES; Balloons ( Dancer-Fitzger;ild- 
Sample); Outdoors with the Old Fox (Winter- 
bum Productions); Panellc (Team Industries). 
T\' Co.\iMEBCLM,s: for McCloskey for Congress 
Committee. 



ROY GRANDEY PRODUCTIONS 
(Formerly Gene K. Walker Prods.) 
ISSl Rollins Hd., Building C. 

Burlinganie. California 94010 
Phone: (4151 ().\ 2-0.500 

Dateof Organiziition: 1949 

Ro\- Grandey, Owner 

Rockwell Hereford. Mgr., Industrial Division 

Gene K. Walker, Cnnsidtant 

Rich Brace. Special Effects 

William Beck, Research 

Hans Heim. Animation 
Ser\tck,s: Film production for all visual require- 
ments. Emphasis on staff-written pl.-mning, story 
treatments and scretn-plays. F.\ciLrnES: New 
studios adjacent to San Francisco International 
.-Virport; 5.000 sq. ft. staging area plus separate 
studios for music and narration. Fully equipped 
for research writing, cinematography. Light 
weight qualitv' equipment for location produc- 
tion. Editing & recording equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Harvest of the Sun (Cali- 
fornia Crape Growers .■Vssn.l; Tomorrow (Stand- 
ard Oil of California V Filmstiup: Forward To- 
erlher (California State Plan). TV Series: 
Knights On the Town. T\' Spots: for the Na- 
tional Foundation. The Salvation Army. 



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San Francisco and Bay Area 
IMAGINATION, INCORPORATED 

531 Pacific Ave., San Francisco, California 
94133 

Phone: (415) 986-6075 

Date of Organization: 1950; Inc.: 1960 

lohn Magnuson, President 

Jeffrey Hale, Executive Vice President 

Robert Hovorka, Vice President 
Services: Production of theatrical, television, 
industrial, training and educational motion pic- 
tures. Animation and live action and live ac- 
tion, creative television and radio commercials, 
film strips, scripting original musical production. 
Facilities: Complete animation and graphic art 
equipment; 16mm and 35mm motion picture 
and editing; interlock projection; recording and 
mLxing studio. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTKiN Pictures: Mutson Containcrization 
(Matson Navigation Co.); On the Loone (Sierra 
Club): Reading Di/namics (Evelyn Wood In- 
stitute); California History (S half-hour TV 
films for KRON-TV). 

WAITER LANDOR ASSOCIATES 
(Film Communications Group) 
Pier 5, San Francisco, California 94111 
Phone: (415) 982-5096 
Date of Organization: 1963 
Pierre Grelet, Executive Producer 
Edd Dundas, Producer Director 
Mary Kay Howard, Production Assistant 
George Rieknian, Cinematographer 
Charlotte Patera, Marcella Bo\vm;rn, Glen 
Gardner, Art Directors 
Services: Live action, animated films, slide- 
films, brochures, graphic representations, other 
visu;d media for business communications. Uti- 
lize design talents of parent Walter Landor As- 
sociates. Facilities: Staff and equipment for 
35/16nnn motion pictures and slidefilms. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Package and the Product; 
Tuesday; (Danfoods); Years for Living; (San- 
doz Pharmaceuticals); Crtrgo Containcrization; 
Panel Di.sci/.ssion (Weyerhaeuser). Slidefilms: 
The Lucerne Desifi,n Story (Safeway Stores). 

LEE MENDELSON FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

140S Chapin Ave., Burlingame, California 

94010 

Phone: (415) 343-5337 

Date of Organization: 1964 

Lee Mendelson, President, Director of Pro- 
duction 

Walter DeFaria, Vice President, Producer-Dir. 

Sheldon Fay, Jr., VP-Director of Photofi,raphy, 
Editings 

David Crommie, Producer-Director 
Services: Network television specials, films for 
business, government and industry. FACiLrrLEs: 
Production studio and crew. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: More Than One; You're in 
Love, Charlie Brown (Coca-Cola); America & 
Americans (Ronson Corp); 67 West (Sunset 
Magazine); The Fabulous Funnies (Timex). 

MOTION PICTURE SERVICE COMPANY 
125 Hyde St., San Francisco, Calif. 94102 
Phone: (415) 673-9162 
Date of Incorporation: 1935 
Gerald L. Karski, President, Cen. Manager 
Harold A. Zell, Vice-Pres. in Chge. of Prod. 



MOTION PICTURE SERVICE COMPANY: 

Boris I. Skopin, Title & Trailer Dept. 

Gerald B. Patterson, A/gr. Laboratori/ Dept. 
Services: Industrial, commercial and public re- 
lations fibis; special announcement and adver- 
tising trailers for theaters, business. TV films, 
spot commercials. Facilities: Maurer & Cine 
Special 16mm cameras; 3 studio 35mm cameras; 
2 title 35mm cameras; 16, 35mm laboratory (de- 
veloping, printing, reduction and enlarging) ; art 
dept.; magnetic^ optical recording; dubbing 
equipment; sound stage; editing equipment; 
script-to-release print service; screening room 
equipped for CinemaScope, 35/ 16mm projec- 
tion. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picture: Beauty As A Career (Delta 
Productions). TV Commercials: for Monks 
Bread (Becker/Patel, Inc.); Donald Duck 
Orange Juice (Cappel, Pera & Reid); Gerard 
Tire (Dearbom/Routh & Assoc); Irwin Me- 
morial Blood Bank (Delta Productions); Ay- 
shire Dairy, Great Falls, Mont. 

ROY NOLAN PRODUCTIONS 

245 Elinor St., Mill Valley, Calif. 

Phone: (415) 383-3297 

Date of Organization: 1966 

Roy Nolan, Owner/Director of Production 

Brian Kiely, Assistant Producer 

Jim Tichy, Sound 
Services: Motion pictures. F.\cilities: Sound 
studios including multiple-channel 16mm mixing 
and interlock facilities; location and studio 
equipment; editing facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Jade Snmv M'onp, (Elizabeth 
C. Boukas); Pleasure Faire (Theme Events); 
Olympia (Olvmpia Breweries); Hail Freight 
Today (Discover) Teaching Films). Multi- 
media Present.\tion; Celebration (San Fran- 
cisco International Film Festival). TV CoM- 
merclals: for Foremost Dairies (Dancer, Fitz- 
gerald, Sample); San Francisco Adoption Serv- 



ALFRED T. PALMER PRODUCTIONS 

161 Tehama Street, San Francisco, Calif. 

94103 
Phone: (415) 421-4403 
Date of Organization: 1931 
Alfred T. Palmer, President 
Alexa H. Palmer, Vice-President, Treasurer 
Donald A. Palmer, Associate Producer 
Thomas A. Dailey, Cameraman-Associate 
Mrs. Arthur Gist, Educational Consultant 
Services: Industri;il, educational and documen- 
tary films. Specialize in production of maritime 
and overseas subjects related to the promotion 
of human understanding through trade and 
travel. Production consultation. Facilities: Pro- 
duction and sound studios, drive-on sound stage, 
35mm & 16mm, interlocked recording facilities, 
b&w & color printing and processing, art de- 
partment; still photographs and 16mm color 
film library on world subjects. Camera associates 
:ibroad. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Explore the World; Votjages 
of Discovery; Sea Horizons; India, My Netv Na- 
tion (Discovery Productions' "Young People's 
Scries"); Tally Ho, America (Wally Byam 
Foundation). 



Reid H. Ray, Film Industries, Inc. 
1153 Kearny St., San Francisco, Calif., 94133 
Phone: (415) 781-7078 
Date of Org:inization: March, 1967 
William A. FuiTnan, Executive in Charge 



SPI TELEVISION CENTER 

155 Fell Street, San Francisco, Calif. 94102 
Phone: (415) 431-5490 
TWX 910 372-6532 

Date of Organization: 19.54 
Branch; 5533 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 
90028. Dean Gilmore, Production Head 

E.E. Gregg Snazelle, President & Exec. 

Ned Kopp, VPD/GA Asst. Director 

Don Schlangen, General Manager 

Ken Chanev, Lab Supervkor 

Helga A. Wilson, Office Manager 

Jan d'Alquen, Stage Manager 

Walter Schenk, Camera Department 

Dean Gilmore, Sound Dept. 

Steven Benson, Lab Production Mgr. 
Services: 16/35mm motion pictures; slidefilms, 
industrial, sales and training films, tv commer- 
cials and programs. Facilities: Patented MVF 
Mobile Video Film System, 4 camera tape film 
for studio and remote tv production, sound 
stage, 75' x 35', editing rooms, sound recording, 
Vi" optical & magnetic. Dubbing, mixing & in- 
terlock services. 16/35mm facilities. BNC Mitch- 
ell, AiTiflex, Super 1200 Auricons, animation, 
art & titling services, set department, studio and 
remote lighting facihties. 'Teleprompting facili- 
ties. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

TV Specials; Governor Reagan Reports to the 
People; Governor Romney Campaign; Shirley 
Temple Black Campaign; TV Commerclu.s: 
for Bank of America; First National Bank of 
Nevada; National Bank of Washington. Pro- 
duction Services: for VPI, MPO, New Dimen- 
sions, and Pacific Title. 

VISTA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

675 Howard St., San Francisco, Calif. 94105 

Phone: (415) 982-4180 

Date of Incorporation: 19.59 

Richard M. Fowler, President 

Florence H. Fowler, Vice-Pres. & Ex. 
Producer 

Joe M. Winters, Manager, Sound Slidefilm & 
Still Photo. 

George Watson, Jr., Producer/ Director 

Bob Scott, Supervising Editor 

Steve Nagy, Editor 

Celie Roberts, Office Manager 

John Hanna, Production Assktant 

Kay Heily, Production Assistant 

Claire MacNamera, Comptroller 
Services: Communications for business, indus- 
try, education and TV througli 16/35mm color 
and b&w motion pictures, TV spots, sound slide- 
films and shde duplication. Production services 
for out-of-town producers. Facilities: Produc- 
tion and sound studios, recording, projection and 
interlock, laborator\' facihties. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictujres: Beef, California's True Har- 
vest (J. Walter Thompson); Sacramento: A 
Place to Remember (Jr. League of Sacramento); 
Citrus in Motion: Membership Information 
Film; Sunki.^it in Motion; Tangerines; Merchnn- 
rfi.«>ig Fihn; Product Sales Film (Sunkist Grow- 
ers, Inc.); Achieving the Limit (Dean Witter 
Co.); Videofile (The Ampex Corp.); Seam/e.w 
Floor (Lufrano Associates); Fire at Hollislcr 
(Protective Papers, Inc.); Campaign Film; 
Federal Film (United Bay Area Crusade); 
jeep Commando (Compton Advtg.); Canon Kip 
(Canon Kip Community House); Zip-Rb 
(Kaiser Aluminum Co.). Slidefilms: Milton 
Myer (Foote, Cone & Belding); Training Pro- 
grams (Pacific Telephone Co.); Nutcracker 
(McCann-Erickson Co.); Kaiser Sales (Comp- 
ton Advtg.); Waaner-Lockheed Brake Fluid 
(E. B. Schwinger); Philippine Air Lines (Mc 
Cann-Erickson). TV Spots: Datsun; Bank of 
Hawaii (Lennen & Newell, Hawaii); Mont- 
gomery Ward; Flecto (Lufrano Advtg.); Kaiser 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



VISTA PRODUCTIONS INCORPORATED: I 

Je<;p (Compton Advtg.); Faimiont Hotel; Nor- 
best Turkey, (Becker & Mueller, Inc.): Ha- 
waiian Airlines Meadowgold (David Comwell); 
Where to Go for Help (United Bay Area 
Crusade); Columbus Founders Sa\ings & Loan 
(The Wyman Co.); Love's Bread; First Na- 
tional Bank of Hawaii (McCann Erickson, Ha- 
waii); Blitz Beer (Honig-Cooper & Harrington). 

Walker & Grandey Productions 

(Complete listing under Ro\ Grandey, S.F.) 

San Diego Area 

COPLEY PRODUCTIONS 

7776 Ivanhoc Ave., Lajolla, Calif. 92037 

Phone: (714) 454-0411 

Date of Organization: 19.56 

Branch Film Libraries: 434 Downer Place, 
Aurora. 111. 60.506, Phone: 312/892-0465, 
Mrs. Helen Hansen; 313 So. 6th St., Spring- 
field, 111. 62701, Phone: 217/.544-.5711, 
John L. Satterlee; 2411 W. Stli St., Los 
Angeles, Calif. 900,57, Phone: 213/387- 
3296, Charles C. Hushaw; Suite 421 Land 
Title Bldg., 235 Broadwav, San Diego, 
Calif. 92101, Phone: 714/234-7111, Thom- 
as Pike; c/o 1139 Waieli St., Honolulu, 
Hawaii 96819, Phone: 31-778, Jack Heintz; 
The Sacramento Union, 1910 Capitol Ave., 
Sacramento, Cal., Jack Harrington. 

G. Howard Matson, Jr., Producer-Manager 
Frank L. Willey, Edit. Supr., Assistant Mgr. 
Ra\mond T. Sperr\', Writer, Consultant 
SEn\icEs: 16mm motion pictures and 3.5mm 
slidefilms on newspaper operations, in addition 
to promotional films. Facilities: Complete stu- 
dio capabilities at Lajolla headquarters of The 
Copley Press, Inc. 

RECENT PRODUCTrONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pic:tuhes: Circidutinn: The Blood- 
stream of \ewspapers (The Copley Press, Inc.); 
Son Dicfio: The Most Important Corner (Union- 
Tribune Publishing Co.). SLiDEFtLMS: The 
Hands of Merci/ (The Mercv Clinic, San 
Diego); Where There Is A Will-There Is A 
Waij (Salvation Army). TV Co.mmercials: for 
tile Sacramento Union Newspaper. 

ROGER TILTON FILMS, INC. 

241 West G St., San Diego, California 92101 

Phone: (714) 233-6513 

Date of Incorporation: 1954 

Branch: 6640 Sunset Blvd.. Hollv-wood, Calif. 
911028. Phone: (213) 467-3191. Bill Heath, 
liranrh Manager 

Roger Tilton, President 

Robert King, Vice-President 

Tom Mack, Producer ' Director 

Richard CTawford, Producer/ Director 

Mickey LeBeau, Comptroller 

K:illi\' Rohn, Secretan/ 

Bob Ilardv, Traffic Dept. 

Rolx'rt Sherrv, Director of Photooraphy 
Sp;rvices: Motion picture and filmstrip produc- 
tion. TV commercials: government and industrial 
films; live action and animation. Facilities: 
60' X 60' sound stage, offices, editing rooms, 
theater (16/3.5mm), ]6/35mm cameras, 100 K 
liiiliting. st;uidiiig sets, full sweep c\'e, vehicles. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Saturn Gas Turbine (Solar, 
Division of International Harvcstor); Splendor 
in the Rouph (.American .\irlines); Clianning 
Times (Kiplinger); Fun and Fortune (Mellin- 
ger); Profit Merchandisinp (Rexall Drug Co.); 
Health Fair (San Diego Health Council). T\' 
C:oMMERCiALS: for ChevTolet (Campbell- 
Ewald); Tovota (Clinton E. Fr.ink); Atlantic- 
Richficld (N.W. Aver & Son); Bosco (Dancer- 
Fitzgerald-Sample)'; KABC Radio (Ross & 
Seidenian). 



PRODUCERS IN METROPOLITAN LOS ANGELES 



Addington Associates, Inc. 
2450 Pacific Coast Hwy.. Lomila. California 
Phone: (213) .534-0010, Ext. 304 
J. Walker Owens, Res,ional Sales Manager 
(See complete listing under Dallas. Texas) 



American Diversified Services 
1 128 N. Ogden Dr.. Los Angeles, Calif. 
Phone: 656-0350. William Bloom, in charge. 
(See complete listing under Tennessee) 



ASCON CORPORATION 

(Programmed Learning Systems Division) 
1100 Glendon .\vc., Los .\ngeles. Calif. 
Phone: (213) OR 6-1949 
Date of Organization: 1960 
Edward Altshuler, Pres., Creative Director 
Louis Gamin, Director of Operations 
John Sharaf. C/nV-f Photoaraphcr 
Services: Audio-visual; videotaped program 
learning materials, including research, validation, 
scripts, texts, production and distribution for 
sales, management training. Facilities: 16/35- 
mm; videotape equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Tcaehin<i Hands to Sec (Blind 
Children's Center); Happiness is A Man from 
Helms (Helms Bakeries); Data Processing- 
Sales Tool or Weapon? (Electronic Distributors 
Association); Tapping Untapped Markets (Au- 
tomotive Service Industry Assn. ) ; and Discount- 
ing in Supermarkets (Toiletry Merchandisers 
Assn.). 



Audio Productions, Inc. 
716 N, La Brea, Hollywood, Calif. 90038 
Phone: (213) 933-5821 ( Charles Smith ) 
(See complete hsting under New York City) 



CINE-VIEW, INC. 

6325 Santa Monica. Hollywood, California 

Phone: (213) 46.5-3376 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Han\- J. Lehman, President 

Cecile Lehman, Vice-President 

Jacques Lehman, Secretary-Treasurer 

Phil Saltz, A.s.vt. Secretary 
Services: Educational, institutional, documen- 
tar\- film production and distribution. Facili- 
ties: Production equipment; kiboralorv services. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictiiucs: Mexican Ohimpics (Hebis 
Bakeries); and educational film scries for Los 
Angele.s Health nci'arliuent. 

CALIY CURTIS COMPANY 
8831 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, Calif. 
Phone: (213) OL 7-5630 
Date of Organization: 1965 
CalK- Curtis, Producer-Writer 
Milton Robinson, Associate Producer 
Ste\e Gruinettc. Editorial Supervisor 
Tom McHugh. Head Cameraman 
Pennv Schroeder, Casting 
Connie Da\is, Treasurer 
Services: 16'3.5mni industrial, s.iles and educa- 
tion.iI films; TV commercials. FACiLrriEs: edit- 
ing, research and script: specialists in location 
filming 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictv iucs: This Is Hetty Crocker (Gen- 
eral Mills. Inc.); Oxydol Circus (Procter & 
Gamble); Outdoor Is. Driver's Scat, Baltic of 
the Shelf (Pacific Indoor Advertising). 



DATA/ FILMS 
2626 Temple St.. Los Angeles. Calif. 90026 
Phone: (213) DUnkirk .5-3911 

D.ite of Organization: 196(1 

Charles (Cap) Palmer. In Chars,e 

David Bowen, Quality Control 

Ted (W. T.) Palmer, General Manager 

Audrey Kaczenski, Office Manager 
Services: Sales companv for release-prints of 
Parthenon Pictures. Production company 8min 
"Data/Films" for instruction, skill, training, and 
sale aids. Facilities: Operates as an affiliate of 
Parthenon Pictures, Holh'wood. 
(See listing of Pa rthenon Pictures - HoUyaood) 

DIMENSION FILMS 

733 N. La Brea .\vc.. Los Angeles, Calif. 
90038 

Phone: (213) 937-3306 

Date of Organization: 1962 

Gar\ Goldsmitli. President 

Edward Schuman, Vice-President 
Services: Writing and production of documen- 
tar\ and educational fihns. Facu-tties: Offices 
and editing rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictcres: The Final Game; ]otirrial 
to the Pacific; My Friend the Enrrny (USIA); 
Job Intervicu;: Whom Wmdd ^ou Hire? Ptf^s! 
( Classroom film). 

DUDLEY PRODUCTIONS LTD. 

308 N. Rodeo Drixe. Bi\orKy Hills, 

Phone: (213) 273-5891 

Carl W. Dudlcv. President 

Dudlev A. Warner. Exec. Vice Pres. 

Otto Lang. Producer-Director 

Ernest Flook. Editorial Supervisor 

Lee Christman. Comptroller 
Ser\ iCF„s: Theatricil. television and commercial 
motion pictures; 35mm slides. Facilities: Of- 
fices, editorial rooms, projection room. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictires: The World of TWA (Trans 
World Airlines); Wuc Holiday (National Tour- 
ist Organization of Greece); Isles of Paradise 
(Polvnesian Cultural Center); A/o/ia Is Hawau 
(Aloha Airlines): Friendly Fiji (Fiji \ isitors 
Bureau). 



Calif. 



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Cal Dunn Studios, Inc. 
1040 N. Las Palmas. Holl>-wood, Cal. 90038 
Phone: (213) H011™ood 9-9011 
.\lan S. Lee. Manager 
(See complete listing under Chicago area) 



EMC CORPORATION 

7000 Sant:i Monica Blvd.. 11i>1In wood. Calif. 

9003S 
Phone: (213) 463-3282 
Date of Organization: 1951 

Da\id E. Feinberg. ?residi-nt 

Robert H\skcll. Vice-President 

Leonard Grav. .Art Director 

Dorse Lanpher. .Animation Director 

Allan Halderson, Sales Mananer 
Services: Motion picture and slidcfilm produc- 
tion, script « riting, photography, editing anima- 
tion and art production, sound recording, educa- 
tion programming, .dl media. Facilitif-x: 3.5mm 
and 16mm Arriflex cameras. Moviolas, etc , wnt- 



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LOS ANGELES AREA: 

EMC CORPORATION: 

ing, editing and production rooms, sound record- 
ing stages and Anipex equipment/40 Ampex 
high-speed duphcating machines; Scully lathe 
for record mastering. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; Undcrstaixdin<i Your An- 
esthesia (Professional Research Inc.); The 3 
Faces of Stanlci/ (American Cancer Society); 
Exploring the Human Heart (Harper and Row). 
Slidefilms: Discovering with the Number Line; 
The Changing City (Ginn and Co.). 

JERRY FAIRBANKS PRODUCTIONS 
OF CALIFORNIA, INC. 

1330 North Vine St., Holly\vood, Calif. 90028 

Phone: (213) 462-1101 

Date of Organization; 1929 

Branches: Detroit, Mich. 48226: 1260 Li- 
bran,'. Phone: 962-8998. Malcom A. 
Doolev, Representative; Washington, D.C.: 
1245 - 4th St., S.W. Phone: 5.54-4823. 
Col. Richard F. Fender (ret.). Represen- 
tative. 

Jerry Fairbanks, President 

Leo S. Rosencrans, Creative Director 

Services: Industrial, theatrical and TV motion 
pictures. Facilities: Full studio facilities; sound 
stage; 16-35 camera units including Multi-Cam 
process; 16mm, 35mm and magnetic sound re- 
cording and re-recording; editing: opticals; blue 
screen, fikn and music libraries; technical art, 
creative and music staffs. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Tlie Bamboo Saucer (Na- 
tional Telefilm Assoc); Survival & Evasion in 
Southeast Asia; Parachute Release; Curtain Call 
(U.S. Navy); The Fourth Wall (RosehiUs 
Cemetery). 



Filmex West Incorporated 
1041 North Highland Ave., Hollywood, Cal. 
Phone: (213) HO 6-3211 

Filmexpress, West 
Plant #20, Tecluiicolor Corp., Universal 
City, Hollywood. Phone: (213) 769-8500 

FILMFAIR 
10900 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, 

California 91604 
Phone: (213) 877-3191 
Date of Organization: 1960 
August A. Jekel, President & Executive 

Producer 
William D. Jekel, Secretani 
Ted Goetz, Vice-President & Studio Manager 
Ben Norman, V. P. & Live-Action Director 
Bob Gips, V. P. & Live-Action Director 
Dick van Benthem, V. P. and Art Director 
Kenneth Champin, Vice-President & 

Animation Director 
Kay Himes, Treasurer 
Jan Cornell, Production Coordinator 
Jacques Dury, Jerry Brady, Fred Heinrich, 
E,ditors 
Services: Live action and animated films for 
commercial and industrial accounts. Facilities: 
Studio includes art rooms, animation crane, 
sound editing and recording, editing rooms and 
stage. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

TV Commercl\ls: for Phillip Morris Co.; 
United Air Lines (Leo Burnett Co.); Hunt 
Foods & Industries (Young & Rubicam); Ral- 
ston-Purina Co. (Foote, Cone & Belding); Proc- 
tor & Gamble (Tatham. Laird Kudner). 



FIUV\LINE PRODUCTION ASSOCIATES, INC. 

1467 Tamarind Ave., Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

Phone: (213) 466-4407 

Date of Organization: 1962 

Charles E. Bordwell, President, Producer 

Louis J. Bender, Vice-Pres., Post-Prod. 

Edith O. Bordwell, Sectij .-Treasurer 
Services: motion pictures, TV programming 
and commercials. Facilities; for live action 
and animation available. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlires: Basic Goah in Spelling (Mc 
Craw Hill Text-Fihns); VO Type Ballistic 
Tratjs (C. F. Braun & Co.); Satellite Initial 
Orbit Calculation (U.S. Air Force); Building 
Breakwaters California Style (U.S. Army Corps 
of Engineers); Meet Mr. Blue Lake (Blue Lake 
Green Bean Growers Assn.). 



FINE ARTS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

727 N. Seward St., Hollywood, Calif. 

Phone: (213) HO 5-0549 

Date of Organization: 1958 

John David Wilson, President-Producer 

Steven S. Click, Production Manager 

Tom Baron, Animation Director 

Dean Spiile, Design 
Services: Motion pictures for theatrical, televi- 
sion, business and educational use. Facilities: 
All production facilities available. Specialize in 
animation. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlires: The Early Birds (Benedict 
Productions); Ski-ina Home; Happy Birthday 
( Marlette Homes ) ; Tara the Stone Cutter 
(Charles Carill & Associates); Apollo— Flight 
to the Moon (Cascade). 

FLAGG FILMS, INC. 
6345 Fountain Ave. Hollywood, Calif. 
Phone: HO 2-0902 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Don Flagg, President 

Anne Flagg, Vice President and Secretary 

Steve Ghck, Trea-iurer 

Amanda Garban, Office Manager 
Services: Business films; sales films: medical 
films; training films; TV Commercials; 35mra 
color, 16mm color. Facilities: Insert stage; 
production offices; cutting rooms; projection 
rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Instrument Flight (Bendix); 
To Breathe, To Breathe. To Live (Carnation); 
Central America Holiday (Pan-American); 
The BSD Computer (Litton Data Systems). 
Slidefilms: Convenience Foods (Carnation). 

F-M PRODUCTIONS 

713 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 
90038 

Phone: (213) 937-1622 

Date of Organization : 1952 

William Morrison, President, Prod'n. Mgr. 

Aladar Klein, Editorial Supervi.mr 

Thor Putnam, A-i-it Prod'n. Mgr., Art Director 
Services: Motion pictures and shde presenta- 
tions for business, government, TV programs, 
commercials. Production sei-vices for 16mm mo- 
tion pictures including: research, writing, pho- 
tography, animation and editing. Facilities: 
4,500 sq. ft. production facilities including sbc 
cutting rooms, art department, projection room, 
stock film library, hot press titles, title stand. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti'res: Tlw Magic Knife (Walter 
Foster); Cycle Safety (U.S. Air Force); AN/ 
TPN-19 (ITT-Gilfillan Inc.); Cara (Ryan Aero- 
nautical); Curv (U.S. Navy). 



HANNA-BARBERA PRODUCTIONS 
3400 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 

90028 
Phone: (213) 466-1371 
Date of Organization: 1957 
Joseph Barbera, President 
William Hanna, Vice-Pre.wlent 
Jess Morgan, Secretary-Treasurer 
Ross M. Sutherland, Vice-President, Sales & 

Industrial Films 
Arthur Pierson, Suprv. Dir. & Assoc. Prod., 

Live Action 
Carl Urbano, Suprv. Dir. & As.wc. Prod., 
Animation 
Services: Motion picture production— hve action 
and animation— for industry, theatre and tele- 
vision. Permanent staff of over 300 professional 
artists and technicians. Facilities; New, fully 
equipped studio, including sound recording fa- 
cihties, editorial rooms, art department. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: More Than Ever Before 
(American Heart Assn.); Yogi Bear; Fred Flint- 
stone (American Cancer Society); Another Lan- 
guage (AT&T). TV Commercials: for First 
National Bank of St. Louis ( Gardner Adv. ) ; 
Dodge Div., Chrysler Corp. (BBD&O). 



The Jam Handy Organization, Inc. 

1680 North Vine St., Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) Hollywood 3-2321 

Service office and production. 

(See complete listing under Detroit area) 

HARRIS-TUCHMAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

751 North Highland, Holh-wood, Calif. 
90038 

Phone: (213) 936-7189 

Date of Organization: 1950 

Ralph G. Tuchman, President 

Fran Harris, Vice-President 

Martin Strudler, Art Director 

Richard G. Wyatt, Production Supervisor 
Services: Creative writing, planning, produc- 
tion of motion pictures and sound slidefilms for 
sales, training, pubhc relations, sales talks on 
film, sales meetings, hve action or animation. 
Facilities: Staff writers and artists; fully 
equipped stage; all editing facilities for 35mm 
and 16mm; animation department; projection; 
music librar\'; stock film library. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Head Start on Ilomemaking (Car- 
nation Co.); Gid from C.I.T.R.U.S. (Sunkist 
Growers Inc. ) ; Golden Jubilee ( Starkist Foods 
Inc.); Money Talks (E.xecutone Inc.); Your 
Good Neighbors ( United Way Inc. ) . 



JOHN J. HENNESSY MOTION PICTURES 

1702 Marengo Ave., South Pasadena, Calif. 
91030 

Phone: (213) MU 2-2353 

Date of Organization: 1953 

John J. Hennessy, President/Exec. Producer 

Harold H. Marquis, Vice-PresidentlManag,er 
Education Films 

J.E.R. McDougall, Production Associate 

E. C. Norton, Music and Sound Director 

Glen Holse, Art Director 

Marge Benson, Casting, Director 

Ronald S. Sexton, Director/Production 
Manager 

Willard W. Wheeler, Educ. Film Distributor 
Services: Pri>ducers of indusUial, documentary, 
sales promotion, public relations, baining, edu- 
cational motion pictures; TV commercials and 
programs; soimd slidefilms; sales and promotion 
of educational films. Facilities: Creative de- 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1968 



JOHN HENNESSY MOTION PICTURES: 

partment; camera, sound, lighting, editing, pro- 
jection equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictires: 1967 Mobil Ecoitomy Run 
(Mobil Oil Co. Ford); Refractories, 1968 
(Kaiser Aluminum); Untitled (Crown Zeller- 
bach Corp.); Puerto Rico ileans Business 
(Commonwealth of Puerto Rico-CMI); Pipe- 
mobile; Castaic (.\merican Pipe and Construc- 
tion Co.); Why Mrep? (U.S. .\a\-\). T\' CoM- 
.MERCL^LS: for Chr> sler-Pl\Tnouth (Young & 
Rubicam); .\merican Motors (Benton & 
Bowles); Buick (McCann Erickson). 

HOLLYWOOD ANIMATORS 

7401 Sunset Blvd., HoUwood. Calif. 90046 

Phone: (213) 876-1190 

D.ite of Organization: 195-5 

William F. and Jean M. Selleck, 
Owners & Executive Producers 

H. Eugene Burson Jr., Producer 

Ray Nanke\, Director of Photography 
Services: Research, writing, directing, photo- 
graphing and editing of 16mm and 35mm mo- 
tion pictures and sound slidefilms for business, 
TV commercials; animation and live action, in- 
cluding advanced capabilities in using Vidifilm 
camera s\stem. Programmed instructional films 
for industrial training. FACiunES: Photograph- 
ic, lighting and editing equipment; animation 
stand and special effects rig, miniature revolv- 
ing stage, small insert sound stage. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
SLmEFiLMS: Group Insurance Plan (MobU Oil 
Corp.): What Would Mr. Bullock Saij? (Bul- 
lock's Di\'.. Federated Dept. Stores); Psychedel- 
ic Sales (Filon Div., Vistron Corp.); Packaging 
lntis.rated Circuits; ITT Cannon Worldwide 
(ITT Cannon Div., ITT); Clary Concept; Clary 
Craftmaster; Clan/ Doorcraft (Clar> Corp.); 
Ili-Lok; Hi-Kor (Hi-Shear Corp.) T\ Co.mmeb- 
ci.\L.s: for Midas Muffler (Gerth Brown, Clark 
& Elkus); Luer Packing Co. (direct). Special 
programmed instructional films for ITT Can- 
non Electric Div.. ITT). 



TOM HOTCHKISS PRODUCTIONS 
P.O. Box 4102, San Fernando, Calif. 91342 
Phone: (213) 367-1132 
Date of Organization: 1953 
Tom Hotchkiss, Manager & Producer 
EveU-n Hotchkiss. Business Manager 
Sermces: Motion pictures, slidefilms. F-vcn-i- 
TiES; Creative department, studio, titles, 16mm 
production equipment with sound recording in 
studio or on location. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictihes; Pern/ Como for Avocados 
(CaUf. Avocado Advisor\- Board 'Kraft Foods); 
Fun in the Western Sierra (Sierra Assn.); John 
of the Cross ( Consersati\e Baptist Foreign Mis- 
sionar\- Society); Peaches, People and Prices 
(California Canning Peach Assn.); Honey: Na- 
ture's Golden Treasure (California Honey Ad- 
visory Board). 

JENKYNS, SHEAN & ElUOTT INC. 
8718 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, Calif. 

90069 
Phone: (213) OL 5-9340 
Date of Organization & Incorporation: 1962 
Chris lenkvns. President 
Jack Silver, Vice-President. Producer 
Richard Elliott, Secretarti-Treasurer 
George Woolery, Public Relations 
Dorothy Irwin, Casting. Secretary 
CarmelGoode, Design & layout 
Leon Oritz-Gil, Asst. Film Editor 
Barbara Baldwin, Production Supervisor 
Services: Story and script; art design; direction 



JENKYNS, SHEAN AND ELLIOTT: 

and editing from creation through staging and 
production, in c-olor and b&w, 3.5mm and 16mm 
animation and hve-action motion pictures, in- 
dustrial, educational and pubhc relations films 
and ti- commercials. FACiLrriEs: .\11 with excep- 
tion of sound stage and lab, 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; My Mother Is the Most 
Beautiful Woman in the World (Film Associ- 
ates); Sweet Sovember (Warner Bros. /Seven 
Arts); 1967-68 New Season Promotion Man- 
agers' Film {.\BC-T\'); Spectrum Science Series 
(6 films. National Educational TV); Moviola 
Blues (]SE Inc.). 

LANE FILMS 
1601 N. Cower, Suite 106, Hollywood, Calif. 

90028 

Phone: (213) HO 4-6831 

Date of Organization: 19.59 

William R. Lane, Producer 

Mar\ Lou Lane, Associate Producer 
Services: Design and production of audio-vis- 
ual marketing and training programs for in- 
dustry; motion picture production in 16 and 
35mrn. sound & shdefilms, TV films and com- 
mercials. F.^crLrriEs: Complete production and 
post production faciUties for studio or location. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictx-res; The Pitiful Plight and Prex- 
ent Position of }. Paul Pcnnyweather or A Slight- 
ly Fairy Tale; Product Line Demo Film-Super 
8 (Technicolor Corp.); Where Have We Been 
-Where Are We Going?; The World in Your 
Classroom (International Conmiunication 
Films); Windy (Warner Bros. Records). 

LOiTlILLY PRODUCTIONS 

1522 N. Nan Ness .\ve., HoIU^vood, Calif. 
90028 

Phone: (213) HO 6-6484 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Lou Lilly. President & Producer 

Jack Perrin, Comptroller 

M;ir\- Ann Wootl. Office Manager 

Stuart O'Brien. Editorial Dept. 

Bud Thomp.son, Lab Control 

Ing\ar B. Griinsgaard, Frank Gardonyi, 
Producers 
Services: T\^ commercials; industrial and edu- 
cational films. Facilities: Creative department; 
titles; animation; 35 & 16mm production equip- 
ment with sound recording in studio or on loca- 
tion; R('.-\ magnetic or optical 35 16mm. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picttres: Bus Driver's Helpers; Trans- 
portation by Bus (Curtis .\udio Visual Dept.);. 
T\' Commercials: for Royal CrowTi Cola (D* 
Arcv); Mattel Toys ( Carson 'Roberts Inc.); 
Clorox (Honig-C.inp.r & HarnngtonJK 

lORI PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
9100 Sunset Blvd., Los .\nge1es. Calif. 90069 
Phone: (213) 274-0839 
Date of Organization: 1962 
Jack Wipper, President 
Ralph Dre«T\-. Executive Producer 
Bob Touchstone, £.t<n((iiv Producer 
R.-IV Laurent. Production Supervisor 
Ronald Peterson. Writer-Director 
Be\erlv Witt. Office Manager 
Ronald Ledennan. Accounting 
Services: 35 I6inm motion picture production 
and film ser\ices. Slidefilms, commercials, the- 
atrical, industrial and business films. FACiLrriES: 
Creative department, studio, titles, animation. 
c;inicra and sound equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti hks: Here Comes The Parcelman 
(United Parcel Ser\ice1; Magic (.\T&T); Dead- 
ly Freeze (Buzj'a Cardozo); The Professional/ 
(Eastman Kodak); Sunrise (American Airlines). 



LOS ANGELES AREA 



lUMAR FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
6223 Sclnia .\venue, Hollywood. Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) HO 7-516S 
Date of Organization: 1960 
Bill Webb, President, Director-Writer 
Don Henderson. Exec. Vice-Pres.. Prod. 
Tommv Tomlinson. Producer /Writer 
Cran Chamberhn. Producer, Writer 
Steven Smith. Design-Graphic Aris 
lohn Winfield. Editor 
Stan Fox, Glen Smith, Photography 
Services: Motion pictures for sales and com- 
munication; films designed for theatrical release; 
public service, public relations, industrials, sales, 
corporate image films, commercials and test 
commercials. F-\ciLrriEs: FaciUties and staff for 
35 16mm production. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Picttres: Hotc and Why to Vsc Seat 
Belts; Seat Belts for Children (.\merican Seat 
Belt Council); Invi.^ble Minority; Explosion in 
Oceanography (KNBC-T\'); \'iffnam: the 
Refugee (World X'ision-feature length docu- 
mentary mp). 

CHARLES MACCRONE PRODUCTIONS 

19950 Gresliain St.. Northridgc. Calif. 91324 

Date of Organization: 1968 

Charles S. MacCrone. Producer 'Director 
Services: Motion pictures for business, industry, 
public relations, promotion and tele\ision. Fa- 
cilities: No data pro\ided. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: A Problem of Identity 
(Holex Co.). (New companv organized in 
1968). 



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MPO-TV of California, Inc. 
800 No. Seward St., Hollywood, Calif. 
Phone: (213) HO 6-3341 
Mel Dellar, Vice-Prc.tident 
(For complete listing see New York City) 

METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. 
ANIMATION VISUAL ARTS DIVISION 

6290 Sunset Blvd., Holh^vood. Calif. 90028 

Phone: (213) 466-3393 

Date of Organization: 1964 

Charles (Chuck) Jones. Dit-i.«ion Head. Prod. 

Les Goldman. General Mgr. & Producer 

Maurice Noble. Design Director 

.\he Levitow. Director 
Services: Creation, dexelopment and produc- 
tion of shorts, featurettes and longer films for 
theatres, telesision and commerci.il purposes. 
Design and execution of titles and promotional 
films! PriKluction of program series for tele- 
vision. FACiLrriK-s: Entire production complex 
for .inimaliiin. experimcnt.il .ind graphic films 
— iiicluding .ill facilities of a m.ijor motion pic- 
ture studio. B.iik lot .md liKation oap.ibilitv. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictities: Off To See The Wizard 
(ABC-Telovision); The Bear That Wam't 
(MGM Theatrical); Magoo At The OU/mpics 
(General Electric). 

Note on Omissions and listing Correction 

iV Three first-class maiUngs to producing com- 
panies throughout the U. S. and abroad were 
used to compile this section. Listing data re- 
ceived .after extended deadlines and corrected 
materi.al will appear in our first Production Re- 
view supplement to be published later this year. 



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LOS ANGELES AREA: 



Fred A. Niles Communications Centers, Inc. 
5545 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood. Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) 462-7.311 

Paul Johnson, Vice President 

Lionel Grover, Vice President 

(See complete listing under Chicago area) 

PACE PRODUCTIONS INCORPORATED 

8230 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 90048 

Phone: (213) 651-1901 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Robert Ellis, President. Creative Director 

Janies Spencer, Photof^raphy 

Carol Utich, Production Asst. 
Services: Production of color sound filmstrips 
from conception to screen. Consultant and script 
services for audio-visual programs of all kinds. 
Specializing in films for franchise training and 
selling, land development, sales and corporate 
orientation films. Facilities: No data provided. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictvres: T/jc Bes^inning, of An Adven- 
ture (Foreign Language League); Pat Boone's 
Ocean Sliores (Wendell-West Co.). Slidefilms: 
An Invitation to Ocean Shores (Wendell-West 
Co.); The Man from AUied Builders (Allied 
Systems); A Dream to Come True (Shelter 
Cove Co.); Your Best Oppoiiunitt/ (Boise- 
Idaho Co.). 



PARTHENON/REEL THREE: 

Charles (Cap) Palmer, Associate 

David Bovven. Parthenon Liaison 
Services: Animated motion pictures; technical, 
insti'uctional and theatrical; aU ser\'ices from con- 
cept to deli\er\'. Animation integrated with hve- 
action is produced in collaboration with Parthe- 
non Pictures' talent and facilities. F-\ciLmES: 
Professional creati\e art, editorial and camera 
equipment for animation work. 

(See listing of Parthenon Pictures) 



Pelican Films of California, Inc. 

1777 North Vine, HoUvwood, California 
Phone: (213) 469-5821 

Tom Anderson, Executive Producer 
James Bean, Production Manager 
(See complete listing inider New York City) 



PARTHENON PICTURES 
— Hollywood 
2625 Temple Street. HolKwood, Calif. 90026 
Phone: (213) DU 5-3911 
Date nf Organization: 1954 

Charles (Cap) Palmer, In Charge 
David Bowen, Producer-Director 
John E. R. McDoueall, Producer-Director 
Norman Glazer, V.P. Special Services 
Ted (W. T. ) Palmer. General Manager 
Marge Benson. Casting Director 
Glen Holse. Art Director 
.Andre)' Kaczenski, Exectttive Asst. 
Larry Sullivan, Executive Assistant 
Services: Films for business ;md education; TV 
documentaries. V'idi/Con Division makes short 
films for 8mm release. Parthenon-Reel '3 is ani- 
mation and design affiliate, with separate stu- 
dio and own equipment. F.\cilities: Sound 
stage with offices, craft rooms, and projection 
theater adjoining. Full professional equipment 
in camera, sound, lighting, editorial and pro- 
jection; 3.5mm. 16mm and Rnini. Access to all 
Hollywood resources. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Research Environment 
in Industry; Chromosomes. Design for Health 
Vignette (Upjohn Co.); The Many Voices of 
Freedom (Forest Lawn Memorial Parks); Ac- 
tion Rasehall Series: Wearing Your Contact Lens 
(Data Films); Bartlett & Son (Nat'l. Assn. of 
Retail Druggists); Tuo Cheers for Charlie (Mu- 
tual & United of Om.iha); The Extra Step 
(AT&T). 



PARTHENON-REEL/3 
8439 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood 69, Calif. 
Phone: (213) OL 3-0630 
Date of Organization; 1963 
Richard Earle Spies, E.xecutive Producer 



PICTURES FOR BUSINESS 

Box 2308, Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
4321 Kling St.. Burbank, Calif. 91505 
Phone: (213) 849-1051 843-5.533 
Date of Organization: 1951 
Bill Deming, Executive Producer 
Ann Deming, Producer-Director 
Services: Motion pictures :uid slidefilms for 
business and government. TV program produc- 
tion and packaging (live and film). Animated 
and live TV spot production. Consultation and 
creative planning services. F.-\cii.ities : Studio 
and location equipment; animation department, 
complete from planning through photography. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictures: Use & Care of Hacksaics; 
Use & Care of Pliers and Screwdrivers; Use & 
Care of Wrenches (Avis Films-Scripts); Man's 
Magnificent Machines (Data Processing Man- 
agement As.sn.). Slidefilms: Floor Care (San- 
ico); Accumulator Systems #2 (Greer Hydrau- 
lic); Fuel Tank Incrtin^ Si/stem (Parker Air- 
craft); Safes Film (Arthur C. Winthrow Co.); 
Dream Modem (Southern California Edison 
Co.). 

PLAYHOUSE PICTURES 

1401 N. LaBrea Ave.. Hollywood, Calif. 
90028 

Phone: (213) HO 5-2193 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Adrian Wooler>', President 

Jim P:ibian, Producer/Director 

Mary Matthews, Secretary/Treasurer 

Mary Cain, Production Coordinator 
Services: Anim.ation specialists in industrial, 
educational, entertainment and TV commercials. 
F.\ciLiTiEs: Complete creative staff and facili- 
ties for production of 16mm and 35mm color 
and b&w films. Stor\'boards. animation produc- 
tion, li\e action, camera and editing. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picttties: Super Sonic Transport (Boe- 
ing Co.). TV CoMMERCHLS: for Ford Motor 
Co. (J. Walter Thompson); Carnation Co. (Er- 
win Wasey); Western Airlines (BBD&O); Na- 
bisco (Wm. Esty). 



RAMPART STUDIOS 

2625 Temple St., Los Angeles, Calif. 90026 

Phone: (213) DU 5-3911 

Date of Organization: 1955 

Ted (W. T.) Palmer, In Charge 

Audrey Kaczenski, Exectitive Asst. 

Marge Benson, Larry Sullivan, Casting 

Glen Holse, Art Director 
Services: Operates as service producer on sub- 
contract for primary producers, specializing in 



RAMPART STUDIOS: 
"photoplay" studio-t\-pe work under lATSE 
imion conditions. Facilities: Sound stage with 
scene dock; insert stage; optical room; dressing 
rooms; projection theater and offices. Limbo 
sikes. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Producer Services: for Parthenon Pictures; Bay 
State Film Productions, Video Films, Canadian 
Broadcasting Coip., Willard Pictures. 

ROLAND REED PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

650 N. Bronson, Los Angeles, Calif. 90086 

Phone: (213) HO 9-1628 

Date of Incorporation: 1947 

Roland D. Reed, President 

Jesse C. Corallo, VP, Charge Production 

Trudv Pohle, Secretary 
Services: Producers of TV film series; indus- 
trial, educational and public relations motion 
pictures; TV commercials. Facilities: Based at 
Producers Studios with 9 large sound stages, 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Ski/ Bus ( Westinghouse 
Electric Co.); Journey to the Bottom; Hygiene 
for Men (U.S. Navy); Without Words (Agency 
for International Development); ADA Retire- 
ment Plan (American Dental Assn.). 

Reeder Productions, Inc. 
417 Garfield Ave., Glendale, Calif. 91204 
Phone: (213) 246-4265 

Thomas W. Taylor, in charge 
(See complete listing under Knoxville, Tenn.) 

RIVIERA PRODUCTIONS 
6610 Selma Ave., Holl) wood, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) 462-8585 
Date of Organization: 1947 
Branch Offices: Ohio: 3303 Rumson Rd.. 
Cleveland. Phone: (216) RE 1-6076. Pat 
Rancati, Eastern Representative. Wiscon- 
sin: 340 Westmoor, Brookfield (Milwau- 
kee). Phone: (414) SU 2-8815. Robert 
Zens, Midwest Representative. 
F. W. Zens, Executive Producer 
Leif Rise, As.wciate Producer 
Cliff Bertrand, Associate Manager 
Services: Complete motion picture production 
from script to final prints for industrial, educa- 
tional, public relations, advertising, sales, medi- 
cal, religious, technical, theatrical motion pic- 
tures. TV programs ;md spots. Facllities: Ex- 
ecutive office; studios; editing rooms; projection 
room; sound recording and mixing. Location 
equipment, musical and sound effects librarx'. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
(Production activities during 1967 limited to 
feature film production services for other pro- 
ducers. Again acti%'e in business film production 
during the current year.) 



RMP Productions of California 

948 N. Cahuenga, Hollywood, Calif. 9003S 
Phone: (213) 466-8561 
(See Rosewood listing. New York Cit\' area) 



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ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 
1150 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, Calif. 91506 
Phone: (213) 849-6078 
Date of Incorporation: 1943 

Dick Western, President 

John Russo, Vice-President, Sales 

Don BarteUi, Vice-President, Production 

Kay Shaffer, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Creators and producers of ready-made 
and custom-made programs for recruiting, train- 
ing, selling and public relations, incorporating 
motion pictures, filmstrips and records and 
other audio-visual media. Planned programs in- 
clude collateral material such as booklets, man- 
uals, charts, direct mail, etc. Single-Step Serv- 
ice from idea to completion. F.\ciLmES: New 
building with shooting stage, art and animation, 
creative writing staff, camera department, edit- 
ing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefu-Ms: Make Them Want You; Finding 
What They Want; Shoiv Them What They 
Want: Making Everyone Happy; Selling Bene- 
iits; Happy Days; (Title Insurace and Trust 
Co.). World War 11 - Why? (Revell, Inc.). 
Who's The Biggest? (Dean Witter & Co.). You 
and Yours; Investors are People; What Do You 
Want; (Investors Diversified Services). Which 
Way; What Are You Looking, For? (Union Oil 
of California) Your Prospects for Success: Make 
It Worthwhile; Give Them What They Want; 
The End and The Beginning; Selling Benefits; 
Special Delivery; Prospecting-Auto; How to Sell 
the Auto Interview; Making the Auto Presenta- 
tion; How To Close the Auto Sale; Making The 
Objection Work; Policy Delivery — Auto; 
(Farmers Insurance Group). 

F. K. ROCKETT PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

5451 Laurel Canyon Blvd.. North HolI>-»ood, 
Calif. 91607 

Phone: (213) 464-3183 

Date of Organization: 1924 

Thomas H. Cole, President 

Dixon Q. Dem. Secretan/ & Treas. 

Sharon West, Office Manager 
Services: Motion picture and filmstrip produc- 
tion services from scripts to answer prints. Live 
action & animated TV commercial. Specializing 
in public service, sales and training, and educa- 
tional films for industry and government. F.\- 
cilities: Equipped for all phases of film pro- 
duction. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: SignaTs Story (Signal Oil 
Co.); So Where Does Freedom Come Cheap 
(Technicolor Corp.); Up With People (Schick 
Safety Razor); Skiing North America (Intl Sid 
Films); Tic Tac Toe (Lormac Toys). 

JACK ROURKE PRODUCTIONS 

3803 W. Magnolia, Burbank, Calif. 

Phone: (213) 84.5-3709, 849-4911 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Tick Rourke. President 

Fred Fuld, Ir.. Vice President & Gen. Mgr. 

loan Lane, Secretary-Treasurer 

Merle Kinnev. Studio Manager 

J. D. Benson, Exec. Producer 

Flenrv- Edwards. Dir. of PR & Adv. 
Services: Complete or partial services for 16 
and 35mm audio-visual productions; idea de- 
velopment, planning, creating, writing, photog- 
raphv. editing, sound recording, programming, 
d'strihuHon nf all types of motion pictiires; 
documentaries, sales. T\' commercials, etc. 
Facilities: Equipped for writing, photography, 
editine, light'nc. '■i" 16mm and .35mm sound 
recording & dubbmg. music scoring, animation, 
location sound recording, 16 and 3'imm screen- 



JACK ROURKE PRODUCTIONS: 

ing rooms and sound stage, fully staffed 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

.\IoTiO-v Pictures: Madame Chiang Kai Shek 
Story (documentary-); The Sam Yorty Show 
(multiple sponsors); How Do You Vote? 
(Golden West Broadcasters); Stop Arthritis 
Telethon (Arthritis Foundation of Southern 
California ) ; Job-A-Thon ( benefit special ) . 

SPI Television Center 
3533 Sunset Blvd., HolI™ood. Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) 466-4309 
Dean Gilmore, Production Head 
( See complete listing under San Francisco Area) 

RICHARD J. SOLTYS PRODUCTIONS 

1615 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank. Calif. 
91506 

Phone: (213) 843-0373 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Richard J. Soltys, Executive Producer 
Services: Documentary and industrial motion 
pictures in 16inm, such as pubhc and emplovee 
relations, sales tiaining and T\'' films. From re- 
search and script to deliverv' of release prints. 
TV commercials. F.\cii,rnEs: Ovvti building viith 
editorial department, offices, projection, pho- 
tographic and sound equipment for studio or 
location shooting. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion- Pictx-res: Race Agaiart the Ice (Mo- 
bil Oil Co.); The Sky Is Blue (Idaho State Uni- 
versiU); The Carnival (self). Slidefilm: De- 
sign for Giving (Aid-United Givers). TV' Com- 
mercials: for Sahara Safari (Gever Oswald.). 




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Sun Dial Films, Inc. 
16036 Tapper St., Sepulveda, Calif. 91343. 
Phone: (213) 894-6291 

Carl \'. Ragsdale, President 
Frank Coughlan, Exec. Producer in charge 
(See complete listing under New York City- 
Area) 

SUNBURST FILMS, INC. 
7046 Hollv^vood Blvd.. Los .\ngeles. Calif 

90028 
Phone: (213) 463-9504 
Date of Organization: May. 1967 
Richard Siegel. President, Producer-Director 
Norman Siegel. Vice President, Producer- 
Director 
Fred .■\. Kaplan, Cameramari-EditoT 
Serv-ices: TV films, documentaries, industrials, 
commercials, government films, slidefilms. Fa- 
cilities: Offices, cutting rooms, projection 
room. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pktires: The Beachgorr.i: It's Now, 
Baby (KNEC, Los Angeles), (New company, 
organized in 1967). 

JOHN SUTHERLAND PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

8425 W. Third. Los Angeles. Calif. 90048 

Date of Incorporation: 1943 

John E. Sutherland. President 

George Gordon. Vice Prc.iident & 
Director of Animation 

Dan E. Weisburd. Exec. Vice President 
Services: Complete production of live-action 
and animation films from research and script 
develonment through release printing. Indus- 
trial, documentarv. pnbl-c relations, sales pro- 
motion and educational f'lms. Fxcn.rnFS: Com- 
plete IPmm .ind .35mm live action and anima- 
tion production nnd editing equitiment. includ- 
ing cameras. lichting. sound recorders, projec- 
tion equipment, moviol.is. etc 



LOS ANGELES AREA 



JOHN SUTHERLAND PRODUCTIONS: 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pic.tx-be.s: Monty and Bank Credit (Al- 
fred P. Sloan Foundation); The Man from 
.A.U.S.T.I.E. (Insurance Information Institute); 
The Heart; Monitoring (Division of Nursing, 
USPHS). T\' Spots: for Division of Nursing. 
U.S. Pubhc Health Service). 



TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

10340 Santa Monica Blvd., Los .\ngeles, 
California 90025 

Phone: (213) 273-1440 

Branch: 2337 Lemoine Ave.. Fort Lee. N. J. 
07024. Phone: (201) 947-0371. Dr. W. R. 
Goodwin, Manager. 

Date of Incorporation: 1955 

Leon \'ickman. Present 

loel M. Kibbee. Vice President 

Dr. W. R. Goodwin, Manager, Ft. Lee, N. J. 
Services: Government, industrial communica- 
tions and training systems: information and man- 
agement systems : general communications sys- 
tems, consulting, design and implementation 
through production of various ty-pes of media. 
FACrLrriES: Design and production facilities, 
5,000 square feet in company-owned building; 
total media production capabiUtv- 'in house.' 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictlres: Electric Propulsion Systems 
(.Xerox); Random Data Analysis for Engineer- 
ing, .\LAC/RA.V (Measurement .\nalvsis Corp.); 
rP£-33I Turboprop ( Garrett-Signal Od); Air- 
bome Integrated Data System; Oceanography 
(U.S. Navy). 

Roger Tilton Films, Inc. 
6640 Sunset Blvd.. HollMvood, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) 467-3191 

Bill Heath, Branch Manager 
(For complete listing see San Diego, Calif.) 

TRANSWORLD PRODUCTIONS 

3215 Cahueiiga Bbd. West. HoUvwood, CaL 
90028 

Phone: (213) HO 2-1121 

Date of Organization: 1967 

John L. Hart. President. Producer 

William J. Butters. Executive Producer 

.\shly Orr. Secretary 

Peter Koidlen. Trca.<ttircr 

Charles Cadwell, Producer 

Ernest McLean. Sales 
Services: industrial, sales films. Manufacture 
and sales Portamatic Projectors, .\ffiliated w/ 
Cadwell Productions. Memphis. Tcnn. Facili- 
ties: for motion picture, .-inimation. editing, 
writing and photography. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

(New company. Organized in 1967) 

JOHN URIE & ASSOCIATES 
.3831 Sunset Bbd., Los Angeles. Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) 466-7701 
Date of Organization: 1959 

lohn Vrie, Prr.^denl 
R'chiinl Urie. Scrrrtary-Trra.iurer 
\\'arTen De.xsv. Excailivc Producer 
Dick Splavcr, Associate Producer 
Robert Greene. A'lsociate Producer 
Don Richelta. Producer Special Proiecis 
Services: Live-action, special effects, stop-mo- 
tion and animation. Producing commercial, in- 



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LOS AN GELES AREA: 

JOHN URIE AND ASSOCIATES: 
dustrial. public relations, theatrical and docu- 
mentarN^ films. pAcrLixiEs: Stndio and two sound 
stages. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV Commercials; for Metrecal (Ogilv\ & 
Mather); Olympia Beer (Botsford, Constantine 
& McCarty); Ice Capades (direct); Good- 
year (Young & Rubicam): Swift (McCann- 
Erickson ) . 

Van Praag Productions, Inc. 

1228 N. Vine St., Hollywood Calif. 90038 
Phone: (213) HO 2-2341 

C. Keilus, Manager 

(For complete listing see New York City) 

VPI Films of California 

1515 N. Western Ave., HoUvvvood. Calif. 

90038 
Phone; (213) HO 6-8691 

Peck Prior, Exec. Vice-President 

(See complete listing under New Y'ork City) 

VISUALS UNLTD. 
(Doug George/Associates) 
1137 N. Cole Avenue, Holl>wood 90038 
Phone: (213) HO 2-2480 

Date of Organization: 1924 

Branch Office: California: 250 Golden Gate 
Ave., San Francisco. Pat Patterson, 
Manager. 

Herbert ]. Huffman, Production Manager & 
Pre.Hdcnt 

Douglas F. George, Creative Sale.s & Scripts 

Mai Weizer, Art Director 

Burti! I. Carl.son, Staging & Projection 

Stephan D. Marstaller, Photop.rap}ier, Eqpt., 
Rpr. and Service 
Services; Motion pictures; slidefilms; slides; 
sales and meeting presentations; presentation 
equipment rentals and sales. Facilities: Com- 
pletely equipped photographically; lighting; 
editing; Ampex and Roberts tape recorders; art 
department; title department including hot press 
& equipment repair and service shop. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Big River (Pen Phillips Land Co.); 
Sign.? of Siiccc.^.i: Exploding Sales; (G\ilf De- 
velopment Co.). Mltltimedia: Management 
Development Conference (Southern Calif. Edi- 
son Co.) 

JERRY WARNER & ASSOCIATES 
8615 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 

90069 
Phone: (213) 655-4884 
Date of Organization: 19.52 
Terry Warner, President/Exec. Prod.-Dir. 
V. M, Warner, Vice-President/Treasurer 
Michael Kraike, Prod.-Dir. -Special Projects 
Stan Gilman, Camera/Editorial Supervisor 
T. Reid Rummage, Producer-Director 
David Mathews, Creative Director 
Joseph Snell, Auditor 
Amanda Rome, Office Mg,r. 
Services; Planning, writing and production of 
industrial and sponsored motion pictures; TV 
commercials; live staging for industry, sales 
meetings, pageants, commemorative programs 
and government films. Facilities: Film, video- 
tape sound stages, rehearsal stages, studio staff 
planning and creative writing departments, prop 
department, casting service, camera, lighting, 
location equipment, transportation, special ef- 
fects, recording scoring and dubbing, labora- 
tory supervision, editorial ser\'ices. 



JERRY WARNER AND ASSOCIATES: 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Walking Down to Washing- 
ton (U.S. Dept. of the Interior); A Tale of Two 
Fry Cooks (Hunt-Wesson); Anti-Contamina- 
tion (U.S. Navy); To Market, To Market 
(Thomas ]. Lipton Inc.); Two Way Street (U.S. 
Air Force); SST Animations (Boeing Aircraft); 
Bonus Promotional (Proctor & Gamble). Slide- 
riLMs; Guarantee Check (Security First Nation- 
al Bank); New Horizons (Arizona Properties). 



W C D, Inc. 
1028 N. LaBrea Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 
90038. Phone: (213) HO 3-3113 

( See complete listing under New Y'ork City 
area) 



WEXLER FIIM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

801 N. Seward St., Los Angeles, Calif. 90038 

Phone: (213) HO 2-6671 

Date of Incorporation: 1961 

Sv We.\Ier, Owner-Producer-Dircctor-Camera- 
man 

Helen R. Wexler, Office Manager 
Services: Educational and medical-educational 
motion pictures. Specialized services of 16mm 
and 35mm production, color printing, animation 
and equipment design. Facilities: Offices, art 
dept., animation camera, editing, projection 
room, .55' x 45' stage. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictltres: Teeth Are for Life (Ameri- 
can Dental Assn.); Fertilization, and Birth (E. 
C. Brown Trust); Cancer of the Stomach; The 
Embattled Cell (American Cancer Society); 
Smoking and Heart Disease (American Heart 
Assn.); Bacterial Mcninaitis (Ayerst Labora- 
tories); Open Cuff k Vagiixal Hysterectomy 
(Ortho-PhaiTnaceutical); New Treatment of 
Stagnant Shock (Upjohn). 

Wilding Productions, Inc. 

3518 Cahuenga Blvd., Holl>"wood. Calif. 
Phone: (213) HO 4-7595. W. Watkins, V.P. 
(See listing of Wilding, Inc. Chicago) 

Wolper Productions, Inc. 
(A Division of Metromedia) 
8544 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, Calif. 
90069. Phone: (213) OL 2-7075 

(See complete listing in New York City area) 

WONDERLAND PRODUCTIONS 

760 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 
9003S 

Phone: (213) 462-7385 

Date of Organization: 1957 

Marvin Bryan, Executive Producer 

Robert R. Mulqueen, Production Supv. 

John Simons, Supi'rti,sor, Editorial Dept. 

kim O'Connor, Production Coordinator 
Services: Production of motion pictures for 
business and industry throughout U.S. 35mni 
and 16mm. All services, script to screen, by per- 
manent, full-time staff. Facilities: Company- 
owTied airplane to transport crews anywhere in 
U.S. or Canada. Company-owned Hollywood 
studio, editing and production center, complete 
equipment including sound dubbing, music li- 
br;irv, stock footage. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion FicTtmES: The Materials Revolution 
(Electronic Specialtv Co., Fansteel, Howmet 
Corp., The Carbonindum Co.); Wire for the 
Space Age (Haveg Industries); Formation of 
the Double Scam (American Can Co.); The 
TM-30 Pla.strr Pump (Essick Mfg. Co.); and 
a series of T\" films for National Date Festival. 



PACIFIC NORTHWEST 

OREGON 

Metropolitan Portland Area 

ALL STAR FILM PRODUCTIONS 

1226 S.W. Broadway, Portland, Ore. 97205 

Phone: (503) 228-6046 

Date of Organization: April, 1956 

Rex E. Pruitt, Owner, Manager 
Services: Motion pictures, TV commercials, 
slidefilms and slide presentations. Facilities: 
Camera room; editing room; animation stand; 
slidefilm camera. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictxties; Campus (University of Port- 
land); Cooper Mountain Boys (Cooper Moun- 
tain Bovs); Quik-Set Panel Saw ( Mereen-John- 
son Machine Co.). TV Commerchxs: for West- 
em Business University (Keith Petzold Adv.); 
!ind U.S. Dept. of Agiiculture. 

NORTHWESTERN INCORPORATED 
MOTION PICTURES & RECORDINGS 

Oil S.W. Hooker St., Portland, Ore. 97201 

Phone: (503) 224-3456 

Date of Organization: 1953 

Robert M. Lindahl, President 

Sheldon Goldstein, Vice-President 

MacDonald MacPherson, Scripts 

Fred Miller. Director 

Richard Blakeslee, Camera Dept. 

Michael Carter, Recording Division 

Alfredo Montalvo, Editing Supervisor 

Phybss Long. Office Manager 
Services: Public relations; sales industrial and 
training motion pictures; medical films, TV com- 
mercials and programs; .sound slidefilms; script- 
ing, and storyboards; artwork, animation, titling, 
scoring. Complete production service from script 
to screen. Facilities; 16mm and 35mm b&w 
and color photography; remote trucks; hghting 
and generators; Westrex and Moviola editors; 
cutting rooms; animation camera and stand; 
music and sound effects library; 5-channel in- 
terlock projection; hot press titles; 16 and 35mm 
theater; sound recording in Ji", Yz" and 16mm, 
also disc recording, multiple track Ampex. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictitres: Fa.shion Show (Bassist 
Schools) ; Sawing Is Believing; Chain Reaction 
(Omark Industries); One Way (Western Wood 
Products Assoc); RoH Finishing 5 & 6; Roll Fin- 
is/img9& 10 (Lamb-Grey Harbor Co.); Survival 
of Pacific Salmon (Corps of Engineers); Science^ 
in Action (Portland General Electric). T\' 
Commercials; for Portland. Spokane and 
Seattle Railroad (Shinn & Mangels); Pacific 
Power & Light (McC.ann-Erickson Inc.); Mon- 
tana Bank (Wendt); First National Bank of 
Oregon, Northwest Natural Gas Co., Fahey- 
Brockman Clothing (Cole & Weber); Portland 
Jeep Dealers .A.ssoc. (Allen, Donvard and Scrog- 
gin); Diamond Fruit Growers, Oregon, Wash- 
ington, California Pear Growers Assn. (Pacific 
National Adv.); Omark Industries (Wm. Win- 
ter Adv.); Motel Management (Northwest 
Schools) . 

Eugene, Oregon 
DARRON ASSOCIATES, INC. 

1 177 Pearl Street, Eugene, Oregon 97401 
Phone: (503) 343-2548 
Date of Organization: February. 1963 
Dan Pelletier, President, General Manager 
BeverK- Green, Vice President, Writer 
Marvin Boggs, Secretary, Art Director 
James Ochs, Regional Accounts 
William H. Green, Recording Technician 



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DARRON ASSOCIATES: EUGENE, OREGON: 

Services: Advertising, public relations, indus- 
trial, educational and training motion pictures; 
TV commercials and programs; sound slidefilms, 
scripting, artwork, titling, cleared music. Facili- 
ties: On-location mobile film unit for 16mm 
b&vv and color films and 33mm slide originals. 
Complete cutting room, track mi.xing and re- 
cording on double-svstem interlocked recording 
projector, with 9 recording combinations. VVest- 
re.\-recorded density tracks. Facilities also for 
8mm sales-aid films for use witli Teclinicolor or 
Fairchild sound equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Slidefilms: Roller Cone (El-Jav Mfg. Co.); 
Sub-Components (Wood Components Co.); 
M-14 (McKenzie Pump Corp.); Rock Process- 
ing (El-|ay Mfg. Co.); Young Corp. (Young 
Iron Works). 



NA/ASHINGTON 

Metropolitan Seattle Area 



CAMERON FILM PRODUCTIONS COMPANY 

222 Minor .\ve. No.. Seattle, \\asli. 9S109 
Phone: (206) MAin 3-4103 
Date of Organization; 19.5.5; Inc.: 1967 
Richard W. Cameron, President-Producer 
L. H. Zwilgmever, Vice President, Director- 
Chief Eclifcn-' 
Donald Egerstrom. Chief Cameraman 
Buela Armstrong, Film Librarian 

Services: 16mm and 3.5mm sales, advertising, 
public relations and training motion pictures; 
shorts. All services from initial research to final 
utilization. Facilities: 16mm and 35mm cam- 
eras for normal, wide-screen and anamorphic 
photography; 16mm and 3.5mm animation and 
stop-motion camera, wide-angle through tele- 
photo lenses, also 16nim zoom lens; Magnasync 
and W pulse s\nc sound systems for studio or 
location. 2500 sq. ft. shooting stage; Studio; 
screening room; 16mm and .3.5mm editing equip- 
ment; dubbing equipment with optical and mag. 
p!a\back; 16mm sync magnetic interlock equip- 
ment. .Music library; studio; location lighting; 
grip; transportation equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

MoTio.N- PicTiRES; The Student Athlete in 
Washington (University of Wash.); Atoms on 
the Line (Wash. Public Power Supply System); 
Flight Testing the Boeing 737; 737 Wide Cabin 
Appeal; Status Report; Pigg/i/ Wigg/i/; Split 
Orders (The Boeing Co.); Seattle by the Souttd 
—1967 (Seattle Visitors Bureau); Durango Tun- 
nel Operation (J.S. Bobbins); Pat Boone at 
Ocean Shares (Wendel West Co.); Simpson 
Neivsreel—I9f)7 (Simp.son Timber Co.); Safe- 
tvati Sandtviehes; Bar-S-llam; Sears Recliner 
(Romig FuUer & A.ssoc.); Osteotomy of the 
Scapula (Childrens Orthopedic Hospital). 
Slidefilm: Seattle Times Slide Show (Seattle 
Times newspaper). 

COFFIN CHRISTENSEN FILM PRODUCTIONS 
1906 E. Aloha, Seattle, Washington 9S102 
Phone: (206) 325-.5920 
Date of Organization: 1966 
lames L. Coffin, Production Designer 
David G. Christcnsen, Writer/ Director 
Larry G. Nelson, Art Director 
Bcnte Woodruff, Animator 

Services; Animated and live action motion pic- 
tures and filnistrips; underw;iter photography 
and ski footage. Facilities: Complete anima- 
tion capability, including 16mm .Acme system 
animation stand with .Vcme camera. Computer 



COFFIN/CHRISTENSEN FILM PRODUCTIONS: 

calculated camera moves. Live action capabil- 
ities including 46 ft. location yacht. Complete 
editing faciUties including 16/16 Moviola. 
Xerox produced animation eels. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.N' Picix'iiKS; Multiplieatiun and Division, 
Revised (Mathematical A.ssn. of America). 
Slidefilms; Sets, Part 1 & 2; One to One Cor- 
respondtnee; Counting; Sets: Union and Inter- 
section; Addition and Subtraction; Multiplica- 
tion and Division (Matliematical Assn. of Amer- 
ica). TV Spots; for Ernst Hardware (Bost- 
ford, Constantine & McCarty); Pay-N-Save 
(Cappy Ricks and Assoc); Nordstrom/ Best 
Larry Whitmore and .Assoc). 



COMMERCIAL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1200 Stewart St., Seattle, Wash. 98101 

98101 
Phone: (206) MU 4-8390 
Date of Organization: 1954 
Lyle C. Thompson, President 
Richard G. Larson, Vice-President 
L. I. Lathrop, Secretary-Treasurer 
Lester D. Irion, Sr., Sales Manager 
James M. Erbes, Sound Engineer 
Carol A. Johnson, Secretary 

Services: Motion picture and sound recording 
studios; productitjii for public relations, sales 
promotion, industrial and training films; TV pro- 
grams and spot commercials. Writing, directing 
editing and recording. Facilitdis: 1400 sq. ft. 
recording studio, custom .3 channel board with 
12 inputs; .Ampex MR-70 3 track % inch tape; 
also 2 track and full track .Ampcx equipment. 
3,300 sq. ft. sound stage with full lighting and 
camera dolly, .\rriflex and Mitchell 16mm cam- 
era equipment. 400 sq. ft. theater and mi.xing 
studio with custom 2-channel, 8 input mixer. 
.Ainpex Rangertoiie S\nc and 16mm mag. film 
equipment. 16nmi s\nc projection. 3.5mm sync 
projection and 3.5mni slide projection. Com- 
plete setup for sync interlock up to 6 channels. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pktvres: County Government in 
Washington Slate (Washington State Assn. of 
Countv Commissioners); Uganda (Jonas Bros.); 
A/-107 M-110 Vehicle (Pacific Car & Foundry); 
Fishing for Fun; Garden of the Gods (Pioneer 
Pete Productions); Reading Dynamics. Slide- 
KiLMs; for .Maska .Airlines, Audiscan, Inc., 
KOMO Radio. Lockheed Shipbuilding & Con- 
struction. U.S. Navy Torpedo Station at Key- 
port, Bremerton N";ival Shipyard, Seattle First 
National Bank, Pacific Northwest Bell, Port of 
Seattle, Sister of Holy Names, St. Joseph Hos- 
pit.il. Collator Corp., Colortrym Corp., Holmes 
Harbor, Ranier Brewer\', Stewart Machines 
(Audiscan); DOB (Omniarts). TV Commer- 
ci.\LS; for Pacific First Federal S.ivings & Loan; 
Alaska '67 Centennial Exposition (Stimpson 
Adv.); Peoples National Bank (Burke & 
Thomas); Seattle Times; First Bank of Oregon 
(Cole & Weber); Pacific Northwest Bell (Mc 
Cann Erickson); Yakima Meadows (Helms & 
Assoc). 

FILMS WEST, INC. 

1428 Tenth .\ve., Seattle. Wash. 

Phone: (206) EA 9-1950 

Date of Organization; October, 1966 

Arthur H. Blelch, Prcs. & Exec. Producer 

Wilson Gaw. Sales Representative 

Roberta Peterson, Overseas Sales 

Eli Bleich. Director and Film Editor 

Dan Cluck. Mgr., Still Color Lab 

Leslie Hlcich, Treasurer 
Scnvict-s; V'isual communications consultants 
and procedures of I6mm and 35mm motion 
pictures and film strips for industry', education, 
public relations, sales promotion, television com- 



PACIFIC NORTHWEST 



FILMS WEST, INCORPORATED: 
mercials and theater release. Scripting, photog- 
raphy, editing, narration, music ' and distribu- 
tion.'Picture/sound transfer and full productions 
for all cartridge film and film strip system. Fa- 
cilities: New 3600 sq. ft. studios with com- 
plete production facilities for location and sound 
stage shooting, .\rriflex. Eclair, Bolex, Ange- 
nieux, Nagra, Ampex, Colortran, Moviola, and 
Siemens equipment available for all assignments. 
Music and sound effects library, interlock pro- 
jection, sound recording and still photography. 
Equipped for T>pe C printing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pic tl res: Patriotic City (NBC News J; 
Modern Deck Machinery (Marine Construction 
and Design Corp.). Slidefilms: Mosquito Fleet 
(Washington State Ferries); Telezonia (Pacific 
Northwest Bell Telephone Co.); Earn, Baby. 
Earn (Seattle-King Co./OEO). TV Commer- 
cials; for Hou.se of Values (Soderberg and 
Cleveland); Klein Motors (Omniarts). 



LOUIS R. HUBER PRODUCTIONS ^ 

(Affiliate: Northern Films) 

Box 98 — Main Office Station, Seattle, Wash. 
98111 

Phone: (206) 282-6362 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Louis R. Huber, President 

Helen Bertram, Secretary 
Services: Educational, promotional and public 
relations motion pictures, 16mm color and B&W. 
Film researching, planning, script, narration 
editing. Facilities: Bell & Howell, Cine Spe- 
cial II motion-picture cameras; Hasselblad. 
Rolleiflex and Contax still cameras; wide assort- 
ment of lenses for all cameras; camera and 
equipment track for extended field work. Mag- 
nas\nc recorder; multi-channel sound editing; 
high-fidelit\' tape recorders; music and sound- 
effects libraries; stock-film library. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pktihes; Limd of Islands; Grand Ctm- 
Icc; Deep Canyon; Prehistoric Village; Tribal 
Life (Northern Films). 







KING SCREEN PRODUCTIONS 
320 Aurora Ave. \., Seattle. Wash. 9S109 
Phone: (206) 682-35.55 
Date of Organization; 1966 
Branch Office: 845 Third Ave.. New York, 

NY. 10022. Phone: (212) PL 3-2910, 

Rol>ert Crimle> . 
Roger Hagan. General yfanager 
Walter Wagst;iff. Rus-iness Mgr. 
Robert Penfleld. Sales Manag(r 
Ralph Unib;uger. Produeliim Manager 
Robert McBride. Executive Producer 
Gar\- Desharnais, Adverti.-.ing Mud Promntien 
Joe Nelson. Estimator 
Frank Yamasaki. .\rt Director 
dry Muini. Tohnt Director 
Ken H;inseii, Sound Director 
Hajo Hadeler, Editing Director 
Peler D'.Amelio, Sii/<-.\- Reprcirnlative 
Skeets. McCrew. Laszlo Pal. Arthur Cobiim. 

Trevor Greenwood, Hicliard Gilbert, 

Directors 

Sebvices; 16 .35mni color. l>&\v, studio or loca- 
tion nro<hiction of c<iinmrrci;il, industrial, educa- 
lional. rnlerlainmenl and doc>iinentar\' programs 
for lcle\ision. pnmiolion and theater relo.ise. 
Titles, art and animation. M\illi-channel sound 
mixing, complete creative .and technical pre- 
and post-production services. Talent casting. 



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PACIFIC NORTHWEST: 

1 

KING SCREEN PRODUCTIONS: 

Producer services and co-production available 
to professional clients. Facilities; Fully equip- 
ped line of 16/35mm cameras and accessories 
(Eclair, Arrillex, Mitchell and Bell & Howell), 
studio, sound stage, lighting. Magna-Tech and 
Westrex dubbing and nii.xing sound equipment, 
Nagra recorders and portable niLxers, dollies, 
boom mounted camera car, helicopter mount, 
portable DC generators, six editing rooms, pro- 
jection and re\'iew room. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Redwoods (Sierra 
Club); Investment Grmcth Flan (Weyerhaeu- 
ser Lumber Co.); Marketing on Target (West- 
inghouse Electric Co.); White Water Boating; 
Forest Fire; The Joffrey Ballet Summer Resi- 
dency; Rogue River Mailboat (U.S. Information 
Agency); A Matter of Time (Port of Seattle); 
1967 Rose Parade (Portland Rose Festival 
Assn.); The Art of Shakespeare (Educational 
Syndication). TV Commercials: for Homelite 
Chainsaws (Soderberg & Cleveland); National 
Lutheran Coimcil; MacMillan Bloedel (Cock- 
field Brown Co., Ltd.); Pacific Northwest BeU 
i(McCann-Erickson); Space Needle Restaurant 
(Cole & Weber); Chas. H. Lilly Co. (Morton, 
Stanton, Eakin & Cain); Serta Mattress (Soder- 
berg & Cleveland); Peoples National Bank 
(Burke & Thomas); Washington Natural Gas 
Co. (Kraft, Smith & Lowe). TV Progr.\ms; for 
Pacific Northwest Bell, Australian Broadcasting 
Commission, Toyota, National Educational Tele- 
vision and others. 



RARIG'S INC. 
Film Production Division 

5510 University Way, Seattle, Wash. 98105 

Phone: (206) LAkeview 2-0707 

Date of Incorporation: 1946 

Max H. Rarig. President 

Edith A. Rarig, Viee-President 

Charles Fe>-, Assoeiate Producer 

William E. Banger, Comptroller 
Services: Public relations, sales promotion, in- 
dustrial and training films, TV programs and 
commercials. Complete productions from idea to 
prints. Special services include: writing, direct- 
ing, editing, recording, studio facilities, anima- 
tion, mixing and original music. Complete un- 
derwater photography including 46-foot boat. 
Facilities: 16nmi and 35mm Arriflex and Bel! 
& Howell cameras, blimp, Wextrex 16mm mag- 
netic recording, sound stage, hghting equip- 
ment. Undervvater housings, marine exposure 
meters, underwater lighting equipment. Full 
peniianent staff. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Let's Go to Alaska (Alaska 
Air Lines); Alaska Railroad (Alaska Railroad 
Co.); Madame Curie and Radiation; Bubbles 
(Pacific Science Center); Lake Cushman (Lake 
Cushman Land Development Company). 

Spokane, Washington 

EMPIRE FILMS CORPORATION 

Suite 703, Radio Central Bldg., Spokane, 
Wash. 99204 

Phone: (509) MA 4-5570 

Date of Incorporation: 1952 

C. F. MacKinnon, President 

A. R, Godfrey, Vice-President 

M. L. Nance, Treasurer 

M. A. MacKinnon, Secretary 
Services: Motion pictures and other audio-vis- 
ual materials for business, industry, TV and the 
professions. Studio and location filming and 



EMPIRE FILMS CORPORATION: 

sound. Consultation, research, script, for both 
narration and dialogue, production and direc- 
tional services for both cinematography and 
sound recording. Producer's services available 
to professional chents. FACiLmES: Equipped for 
studio or location lighting, filming and record- 
ing; post-recording wild or with interlock pro- 
jection; editing for picture and sound materials; 
music librar\-; script ser\'ices. Production and 
directional personnel; creative talent. Maintain 
own studio recording, and editing facihties. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Alaskan Hunter (Marchant); 
Tremor Studies in Dialysis (Dr. Angus Rae); 
A Day at the Office (Spokane Chamber of Com- 
merce). Slidefllm; a Surgical Procedure (Dr. 
Hamacher). TV Commercials; for Spokane & 
Inland Empiie Blood Bank. 



^^ this symbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
ti.sement in this 18th Production Review issue. 



HANA^AII 

CINE'-PIC HAWAII 

1847 Pacific Heights Road, Honolulu, Hawaii 

Phone: 50-2677 

Date of Organization; 1947 

George Tahara, Owner-Producer 

Lloyd Stone, Writer 

Larry Grant, Narrator 

David Thorn, Art/ Animator 

Tiki George, Music Editor 
Services; Complete 16mm production for mo- 
tion pictures and TV. Facilities: Arriflex S&M, 
& BL, Auricon 600, Nagra NeopUotone, West- 
rex, and Magna-svnc magnetic recorders; Maur- 
er Optical; Magna-sync dubbers and mixers. 
Stock shots; music library; animation. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; Tlie University of Hawaii 
( Univ. of Hawaii ) ; The King of Thailand; 
Brazilian Delegation To Japan (USIA). TV 
Commercl\ls: Loves Biscuit and Bread Ser\'ice 
(McCann Ericksen); Hawaiian Telephone Co. 
Series (N.W. Ayer & Son); Dupont Paint Series 
(Compton-Carev Inc.). 



SPECIALIZING PRODUCERS IN CANADA 



ALBERTA 

CANAWEST/MASTER FILMS LTD. 
81517 Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta 
Phone: 245-2266 

Date of Organization; 1955 

David Mintz, President 

William Marsden, Vice-Prcs.. Operations Mgr. 

Robert Willis, Vice-Pres., Film Director 

R. Ron Brown, Director, Supervising Editor 
Services; Motion picture and sound film strips 
for industry, education and tourism, Television 
commercials, live-action and animated. Services 
to independent producers. Facilities; Auricon 
Super 1200, Arriflex, Beauheu, Bolex, Cine Spe- 
cial c;imeras; art and animation department; 
editing and cutting rooms, fuU lighting; record- 
ing and dubbing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: West to the Mountains (Al- 
berta Govt.); No Red Tape (Canadian Red 
Cross); Right as Rain (Western Co-op Ferti- 
hzers); High Tail it to Europe (Wardair Can- 
ada); Right to Burn (Alberta Govt. Forrestry). 



LEW PARRY FILM PRODUCTIONS: 

Services: Motion picture production, industrial, 
films, feature films, television programming, 
packaging. Facilities; Offices and studio. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Canyon of Destiny; Kokanee 
of MeadotD Creek (B.C. Hydro and Power Au- 
thority); Clvdlenge in the Rock (Mining Assn. 
of British Columbia ) . 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Chetwynd Films Ltd. 
1118 Melville St., Vancouver 5, British 

Columbia 
Phone: MU 5-0027 

A. P. Gardner, Manager 
(See complete hsting under Toronto, Ontario) 



* 



King Screen Productions 

505 Burrard St., Suite 180, Vancouver, B.C. 
Phone: Zenith 8502 

(See complete listing in Seattle, Wash.) 

LEW PARRY FILM PRODUCTIONS LTD. 

1759 Capilano Road, North Vancouver, B.C. 

Phone: 988-2755 

Date of Organization: 1947 

L. M. Parrv, Prcs-idcnt-Producer 

E. H. Parry, Secretary-Treasurer 

R. ]. G. Richards, Solicitor 



MANITOBA 

WESTERN FILMS LIMITED 

757 St. Mary's Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba 

Phones: 253-0064/48 

Date of Organization: October, 1964 

W. Franz, President 

G. T. Henning, Vice President 

G. T. Brazzell, Secretary 

A. M. Rosenberg, Accounting 

N. K. Kurita, Director of Photography 

S. Nitikman, Asst. Producer 
Services; Motion Pictures, TV films, commer- 
cials, Uve and animated. Facilities; Creative 
dept., studio, titles, animation; sound recording 
in studio or on location. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictlties: Canada's Hockey Crusade 
(Labatt's of Canada); Get inattheStart (Mani- 
toba Government); Fish, Naturally (Manitoba 
Tourism); Challenge of the Nebon (.Manitoba 
Hydro); Manitoba Business (Manitoba Govern- 
ment). T\' Commercials: for Dept. of Educa- 
tion, Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, Manitoba Tele- 
phone System (Foster Adv.); Eiiton's of Canada, 
United Grain Growers (Cockfield & Brown); 
Manitoba Government, Westfair Food, Alcoholic 
Education, Pree-Vent (McConnell-Eastman). 



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ONTARIO 

CRAWLEY FILMS LIMITED 

19 Fairmont A%enue, Ottawa 3, Ontario 

Phone: (613) 728-3513 

Date of Organization; 1939 

Branch Office: 93 Yorlcville Avenue. Toronto. 
Phone: (416) 929-3337. Anne A. Kloepfer, 
Mgr. Suite 41, 1260 Universitv Avenue, 
Montreal 2, Quebec. Phone; (514) 816- 
9449. Henr>- Strub, Mgr. 

Associated Laboratory Corapany: Graphic 
Films Limited, 19 Fairmont Ave., Ottawa 
3, Ont., Phone: 728-3513. 

Officers .\>a> DEP.tRTMExr He.\ds 

F. R. Crawley, C. A., President 

Graeme Fraser, Vice-President 

Charles E\erett. Vice-President 

Thomas GKiin. Vicc-Pres.. Special Projects 

.Anne A. Kloepfer. Manager, Toronto Office 

Henn- Strub, Manager, Montreal Office 

Paul Hiirris. Production Manager 

\\'illiam O'Farrell, Laboratory Manager 
and Quality Control 

Glenn Robb. Laboratori/ Mgr. 

Peter Cock, James Turpie, Seaton Findlay, 
Senior Producer-Directors 

SalK MacDonald. Producer's Service Mgr. 

Alex Murra\-, Comptroller 

Marv W'halen, Purchasing Afi,ent 

Rod Sparks, Chief Engineer 

Dave Cochrane, Sound Department Head 

Larr\' Crosley, Director of Mu.9ic 

Stan Brede, Camera Department Head 

Can,' DesLavriers, Lighting Department Head 

Vic .Atkinson. Animation Department Head 

Gordon Gale. Script Dept. Head 
Services: Motion pictures and slidefilms for 
Canadian and United States industr\% govern- 
ment, education and television; plus recording, 
editing, animation and extensive laboratory- ser\- 
ices for producers, independent cameramen, ten 
provincial Eo\ernnient and other organizations 
JFrom coast to coast. F.\cii,nTES: 42,000 sq. ft. 
studio buildings, 40-acre studio lot, two sound 
stages and two recording studios. 17 cameras: 
Mitchells. Maurers, Bell & Howells, Arrifle.ves, 
Cine-Specials and \ewman-Sinclair; blimps, 
dollies. .375.000 watts of lighting equipment 
with two generators and transformer station; 
RCA 35mm and Maurer 16mm re-recording the- 
atres with 8 and 4 mi.xing consoles. Stancil-Hoff- 
man 35'16mm magnetic recording. 8 magnetic 
recorders— Rangertone, .\mpex, Stellavox, Mag- 
necorder and Tapak, disc recorder; animation 
department with Saltzman stands; engineering 
development facilities; 35/16mm laboratory; 
casting files; music librar\'; fleet of 10 trucks 
and trailers. Electronic service dept., and stock 
shot library-. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictxhes; Integration. The \cw Pat- 
tern for Defen.ie: Le Nouveau Concept De De- 
fense, (Dept. of National Defence); Motion, 
C..V. Year in Review '67, (Canadian National 
Railwavs); Global \'i//agc, Un Village . . . 
Laterre! (\'olkswagen Cin-ida Ltd.); This is 
My Invention. Ceci Est Mon Invention (Patent 
and Tradcm.irk Inst, of Canada); Go Find A 
Country, Sur Les Traces De \os Exploratcurs 
(British American Oil Co.); Menu (Depart- 
ment of National Health and Welfarel; The 
Other Ones (Canadian Red Cross Society); 
Explore! (Aluminum Conip;my of Canada Ltd.); 
Moving is Learning (Perceptual Motor Train- 
ing): Our Polymer World (Polymer Corp.); 
Power in Perpetuity (Churchill Falls Labr.idor 
Corp.); Why Xova Scotia (Nova Scotia Govern- 
ment); Fiberglass R. P. Bathrooms At Habitat 
(Fiberglass Canada Ltd.); Ottawa - Reflection 
of a Xalion, Ottawa — Ficrc Capilale ( National 
Capital Commission); The Wonder of Photog- 



CRAWLEY FILMS LIMITED: 
raphy (Canadian Kodak); Exploration, Conflict 
and Settlement, Confederation. Industrial Ex- 
pansion and the Opening of the West, Canada 
Today (Canadian Gov't Participation in Ex-po 
67); Photo Finish (EngUsh and French); The 
Seagram Touch of Hospitality (Seagram Dis- 
tillers Corp.); Backgrouiul Canada (Canadian 
Brewers Association); Saskatchewan Jubilee 
(French) (Canadian Broadcasting Company); 
Im Kanu Durch Das Land Der Voyageurs, 
Sorglose Ferien, Seu-Brattn.\chweig In Sommer- 
lichem Schmuck, La Chas-w Aux Oies Sauva^es 
and Wildganx-jagd in Sa.skatchewan (National 
Film Board of Canada) . 

.Additional Productio.ns., TV Promos, etc. for 
Empire Photosound, .Metro Toronto & Region 
Conser\'ation .Authority, Foundation Co. of Can- 
ada, Nova Scotia Go\'t., Canadair Ltd.. Synchro 
Quebec. Dept. of National Defence, .McGraw- 
Hill, SKF, Paramount Pictures. Rapid Grip & 
Batten, Family Guidance Bureau, Canadian 
Welfare Council, Queen's Universitv-, Univer- 
sit\' of Saskatchewan, CI.O.H.-T.V.. Atomic 
Energy, Canadian Centennial Commission, Cen- 
tral Canada Exhibition Assoc, Ont. Dept. of 
Education, The Ro\al Canadian Legion, Dust- 
bane Enterprises, United .Appeal, H. G. Acrea 
& Co. Ltd., Barrett Bros. Lumber, N'ictorian Or- 
der of Nurses, Canadian Film Institute, Cana- 
dian Dental Association, British American Oil 
Co.. etc. 



GRAPHIC FILMS LIMITED 

(Associated With Crawley Films Limited) 

19 Fainnont -A\enuc. Ottawa 3, Ontario 

Phone: (613) 728-3513 

F. R. Crawlev', C. A., President 

Graeme Fraser, Vice-President 

W. O'Farrell, Marm^er 

Glerm Robb, Lot Manager 

Sally MacDonald. Producers Services Mgr. 

Ron Kennedy, Office Manager & Schedulirtg 

Frank Eg>-m, Walter Thie, Timing 

Marion Chretien, Nes,alive Cutting 

|osie Schoenberger, Printing 

Ed Barker, Processing 
Services: Laborator\' and producers' serxice 
company associated with Crawley Films Ltd. 
Undertakes the printing & processing of 16/35 
mm b&w films. 16nmi Ektachrome processing, 
16mm b&w reversal processing; also 16mm ad- 
ditive color printing, intcmegs & color positive 
prints, Ektachrome masters & reversal color 
prints. Scene-to-scene color corrections. Facili- 
ties; Include cutting & inspection rooms; print- 
ing department includes both step & continuous 
printer. Control & processing departments. Pro- 
duction serxices (titles, animation, editing & re- 
cording) . 

Metropolitan Toronto Area 
CHETWYND FILMS LTD. 
10 Banigan Drive, Toronto 17, Ontario 
Phone: 421-8820 
Date of Incorporation: Ont.ario— 1950 

British Columbia- 1960 
Branch: 1118 Melville St., Vancouver 5. B.C. 

Phone; MU 5-0027. A. P. Gardner, A/gr. 
.Artliur Chetwxnd, President Ic Gen. Mgr. 
Gerald S. Ketlcy. Vice Prcs. Production & 

Finance 
Marjorx- Cheh\ynd. Vice-President & 

Sccretarti-Trcasurcr 
Robin Chet^v^ ?k1. Froduelion Manager 
Ross McConnell. Producer/Director 
William Street. Producer/Director 
K.-irl Konnrx-. Director/ Editor 
Robert Brooks. CSC. Dir. of Photography 
James Robinson, SupiTvL«>r. Sotind 
Robert .Millard. Suj'cri i.Wng Editor 
Lillian Gauci. .\dmiui!^trativc Secretarti 



SECTION TWO: 

Sources for 
Production ill 

CANADA 

Specializing Producers 
of Audio-Visual Media 
from Coast-to-Coast... 

CHETWYND FILMS LIMITED: 

SERxacES: 36/1 6 '8mm motion picture produc- 
tion, color and b&w, for education, sport, trax'el, 
industrx', adxertising. public relations, telexision, 
including research, writing, photography, edit- 
ing, titling, printing, set design and artwork. 
Slidefilms and filmstrips; motion picture equip- 
ment rentals; producer's serx'ices department; 
distribution and production consultation. Facili- 
ties; Cameras: 16mm Arriflex, BL .Arriflex. .Aur- 
icon, Kodak Cine-Specials; K-100. Lenses: Full 
range. Lighting; Full range of lighting & grip 
equipment. Somid; Nagra & Mini-tape ''4" sxtic 
pulse double-system location recording equip- 
ment; Magna-'fech 16 35mm recorder-producer 
for transfer to 16 3.5mm magnetic; Magna-SxTic 
dubbers; facilities for 6 channel mLxing; full 
complement microphones; voice recording stu- 
dio; small soimd stage: sound cutting; music & 
effects librarx'. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PicmiEs; Something Concrete (Con- 
struction Saf et\' Assoc, of Ontario ) : Mechanical 
Technology (Educational Television Branch, 
Ontario Department of Education ) ; Supcrtcst 
Ladies Golf Championship ( Supertest Petroleum 
Corporation Ltd.): Grand Prix of Canada 1967, 
du Mauricr International 1967 ( Imperial To- 
bacco Sales Limited); Stanley Cup Finals 1967 
(Mol.son Breweries Ltd.); Life is Wor//i the Liv- 
ing (.All-Canada Insurance Federation); Live 
and Learn (University of Windsor): Sew Limbs 
— New Lives (Ontario Society for Crippled 
Children); Ccutennial Gret/ Cup 1967 (Labatt 
Breweries of Canada Ltd.); Five Courses for 
Horses (The Jockey Chib Ltd.). 



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Crawley Films Limited 
Suite 41. I2<i(l I niMrsil> Axe., Montreal 2, 

Quebec 
Phone: (514) 861-9449 
(Henr\' Strub, Manager) 

(For complete listing see Ottawa, Ontario area) 

ROBERT LAWRENCE PRODUCTIONS 
(CANADA1 LTD. 

.38 Vorkxillc Ammuic. Toruiilo 5. Ontario 

Phone: 925-5561 

Date of Organi7jition: 1955 

John T. Ross. President 

George C«ton Jones. Executive Vice Prc.Hdent 

E. Bruce Clark. Sccrelary-Treasurcr 

Barrx' Bitlle, Excnitivc Producer 

Marc Chiunpion. Director of Photography 
Services; Nioti'on picture pnxluclion senices, 
on film and Wdeotape. FACiLmrji: 2 stages; 
110'x70'. 35'x45'; complete 35 16mm equip- 
ment — BNC & NC Mitchells. .Arriflex cameras. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictoies: for Construction Safety 



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PRODUCTION: CANADA 

ROBERT LAWRENCE PRODUCTIONS: 
Assn., Canadian Arthritic Assn., National Film 
Board for Taxation Dept., Ontario Dept. of 
Education & Guidance. TV Commebcials; for 
Wool Bureau of Canada, Imperial Oil, Molsons 
Brewery, Eastern Airlines, General Motors. 

MORELAND-LATCHFORD PRODUCTIONS LTD. 

2298 Vongc Street, Toronto 12, Ontario 
Phone: 485-1136 

Date of Organization: 1958; Inc. 1964 

Hugh Moreland, Vice-President 

(anies McCormick, Executive Producer 

joe Hayward, Production Head 

Kuby Dennett, Director. Canadian Sales 

Chris Slagter, Head Cameraman 

James Milligan, Head, Art Dept. 

Bob Moodie, Distribution Head 

Tayce De Wit, Chief Editor 
Services: Producers of films for industry, gov- 
ernment, and education. F.^cilities: Production 
services and facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Curl Up Small; Niagara Falls 
Parkland: The House that Jack Built; Composi- 
tion in Paintinf^; Hammers and Nails; Funda- 
mentals of Electricity; The Rafer fohnson Story; 
and others (self produced). 

MOTION PICTURE CENTRE LIMITED 
10 Banigan Drive, Toronto, Ontario 
Phone: 421-8820 
Date of Incorporation: 1953 
G. S. Kedey, President 
Norah Keday, Secretary/ Treasurer 
Services; Motion pictures and slidefilms for TV, 
industry, sales promotion, staff training, reli- 
gious, travelogues and public relations use. 
Facilities: Auricon, AiTiflex cameras, Magna- 
sync and Ampex recording equipment, editing, 
writing, screening facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: On Camera '67; (Imperial 
Oil); C.N.I.B. 50tli .Anniversary (Canadian Na- 
tional Institute for the BUnd); Roads To 
Careers (Department of Highways Ontario); 
Snowplow (Department of Highways Ontario); 
Who's Who (Canadian Wildlife Services). 

PETERSON PRODUCTIONS LIMITED 

121 St. Patrick Street, Toronto, Ontario 
Phone: (416) 362-3287 
Date of Organization; 1959 

S. Dean Peterson, President 
Walter J. Rapson, Secretary 
Mrs. Judy Birkett. Treasurer 
Derek F. G. Smith, Supervisory Editor 
Peter Benson, Lucy Robin, Editors 
David Main, Kirk Jones, Directors 
Kelly Duncan, CSC, Director, Photography 
Dini Fisher, Rod Maxwell, Producers 
Wally Evan-Jones, Mgr. Sound Division 
Services: Production of television film commer- 
cials. FACiLmES: Complete soimd stage; insert 
stage with adjoining test kitchen; make-up and 
dressing rooms; client's pre-production planning 
room, recording and re-recording facilities; edit- 
ing and screening rooms; 16/35mm equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Canada Centetmial Series 
(Imperial Oil Ltd); Malis.ne; Golf At Jasper; 
Movin'; (Canadian Natl. Railways) Dangerous 
Playground; (Construction Safety Assoc, of On- 
tario). TV Commercials: for Kraft Foods Ltd. 
(Needham, Harper & Steers); Minute Rice 
(Ogilvy & Mather); Imperial Oil (Volio V); 
Trans-Canada Tele. (McKim Advertising); 
MacLeans (Kenyon & Eckhardt); Kimberly 
Clark of Canada (Spitzer, Mills & Bates); Dun- 



PETERSON PRODUCTIONS LIMITED: 

lop Tires (Norman, Craig & Kummel); Nox- 
zema Chemical (Spitzer, Mills & Bates); Mol- 
son's Brewery (Cockfield, Brown); Kellogg's 
Com Flakes (Leo Burnett); Air Canada (Cock- 
field, Brown ) ; Cn-Cp Telecommunications 
(Kenyon & Eckhardt). 



RMP, Limited 
233 Jarvis St., Toronto, Canada 
Phone: (416) 366-7917 
(Zale Magder, Ex. in charge) 
Date of Incorporation: 1965 
(See Rose-Magwood Productions, New "York) 

TEACHER MADE FILMS LTD. 

4 New Street, Toronto 5, Ontario 
Phone: 925-2281 

Date of Organization; 1950 
John ]. Chisholm, B.S.A. P.Ag., President 
M. di Tursi, M.A., Secretary-Treasurer 
Don Hutchison, Director, Exec. Prod. 
Allan Macleod, M.A., Director, Exec. Prod. 
Services: Educational motion pictures and 
slidefilms; stock shot library— over 500,000 ft. 
16mm Ektachrome Canadian scenic, industrial, 
wildlife, etc. Facilities: Production, location 
cameras & sound; editing equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictuibes: Steel for the Nation (Steel 
Co. of Canada); Canadian Mosaic (Salvation 
Army); Mine Model (Ontario Dept of Mines); 
The Neic Look (Canadian Armed Forces); 
Safety— The Ten Commandments (Ontario 
Dept. of Lands and Forests). 

THATCHER FILM PRODUCTIONS 

895 O'Connor Drive, Tolonto 16, Ontario 
Canada 

Phone: 759-2711 

Date of Organization: 1940 

Leslie P. Thatcher, Oivner & Producer 
Services: 16mm industrial, commercial, educa- 
tional and medical motion pictures. TV pro- 
grams and commercials on film. FACiLmEs: 
Equipment, facilities and personnel necessary 
for all types of 16mm motion picture produc- 
tion. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Hollow Hero; Vindication; 
Music and the Message; Let the Lower Lights 
Be Burning; Doug. Abraham-Interview; O, God 
Our Help in Ages Past; In the Cross of Christ; 
Pottery (The Living Word series for The Salva- 
tion Armv). 

WESTMINSTER FILMS LTD. 

259 Gerrard St. East, Toronto 2, Ontario 

Phone: 929-3166 

Date of Organization: 1959 

Branch: 1414 Crescent Street, Montreal, Que- 
bec. Phone: 849-3006. Stuart Richardson, 
Vice-President 

Don Haldane, President 

Lee Gordon. Executive Producer 

Malcolm Cobley, Producer-Director 

Keith Harley, Art Director 

Jack Morbin, Production Cordinator 
Services; 16mm and 35mm films for business, 
industry, public relations and training. TV spots 
and sound slidefilms: TV and theatrical produc- 
tions. FACiLmEs: All facilities including fully 
equipped editing rooms, theater, camera equip- 
ment, Moviola, etc. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; The Trouble With Words 
(Noranda Mines Ltd.); New Colleges (Ontario 



Dept. 



WESTMINSTER FILMS LIMITED: 
of Education); An Irish Touchstone 



(Nortligate Exploration Ltd.); Niagara Power 
(Ontario Hydro). 

Wilding Canada Limited 

875 Don Mills Road, Don Mills, Ontario 
Phone: (416) 429-1270 
R. K. Carlson, Vice-Pres., Branch Mgr. 
(See listing. Wilding, Inc., Chicago area) 

ROBERT J. MEYER PRODUCTIONS 

32 Tweedsmuir Ave., Dundas, Ontario 

Phone: 628-8314 

Date of Organization: 1956 

Robert J. Meyer, Producer, Writer, Editor 
Services: Motion pictures. Facilities; Creative 
department; studio, titles; 16mm production 
equipment; sound recording. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlires: Years of Heritage (Lincoln 
County, Ontario); The Man and the Boy (Hal- 
ton County, Ont.); Grape & Wine Festival— 
1967 (Niagara Grape & Wine Festival); Chem- 
ical Valley (Samia Chamber of Commerce). 



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Crawley Films Limited 
93 York-vUle Avenue, Toronto, Ontario 
Phone: (416) 929-3337 
Anne A. Kloepfer, Manager 
(For complete data see listing under Ottawa) 

GILBERT FILM PRODUCTIONS LTD. 
1411 Crescent St., Suite 507, Montreal 25, 

Quebec 
Phone: (514) 288-1616 
Date of Organization: 1966 
Richard Gilbert, President and Producer 
A. E. Newman, Vice-President 
C. M. Gilbert, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Education, Industrial, Documentary, 
Training and Commercial 16/ 35mm motion pic- 
ture production. Sound slidefilms .and Frhnstrip 
production. Editorial services, sound recording, 
narrations and voice, sound effects. Facilities; 
Complete 16/ 35mm editing equipment and cut- 
ting rooms. 16mm projection, Nagra recorder. 
Extensive effects library-. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Individual in the Community 
(Canadian Pavilion Expo '67) All Systems Co 
(Canadian Dept. of Industry NFB. ); Isohtion 
(Canadian Indians, Unsponsored). Slidefilms: 
This Was Expo (Amot, Rogers & Batten). 

Westminster Films Ltd. 
1414 Crescent St., Montreal 25, Quebec 
Phone: 849-3006 

Stuart Richardson, Vice President 
(See complete listing under Ontario). 



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LATIN -AM ERICA 
MEXICO 

AUDIOVICENTRO 
Rio Panuco 116, Mexico 3. D.F., Mexico 
Phone: 14-68-14; 25-40-78 
Cable: AuDiovicENTRo 

Date of Organization; 1936 
Dr. David Grajeda, General Director 
W. Douglas Garrett, General Manager 
Services; Spanish version of foreign films. Dub- 
bing into Spanish for TV shows. Filmstrip pro- 
duction. Optical and magnetic sound recording. 
Animation. Production of scientific, technical 
and educational films. Facilities: Sound stu- 
dios; Arriflc.\, Bolex, Cine-Kodak Special cam- 
eras; Anipex, Magnasync, RCA sound; Moviola 
equipment; Vi-Mex title system. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pk titiks; Vnu Mnjer, Dos Dcstinvs 
(Faniilv Planning Patronage Assn.); Un Socio 
Para Su Granja ( Federal Electrical Commis- 
sion); Vitaniina A (SyTitex); El Futuro de Su 
Familia (|olt-Lopez Insurance). Slideilm: 
Aparatos Etectricos (Avon Cosmetics). 

CINE COMMERCrAL S. A. 

Luisiana 81, Mexico, D.F., Mexico 
Phones: 43-33-80, 23-88-30 
Date of Organization: 1954 
Hans Beiniler, General Manager 
Pablo Rodriguez, Production Manager 
Enrique Lecuona, Production Assistant 
Rosa Ma. Okuno, Gen. Accountant/ Treasurer 
Juan Nelson, Laboratory Services & 

Quaiilii Control 
Daniel .\I«lcro, Chief Film Editor 
SrnvKEs: Documentaries for both TV and mo- 
tion picture release: TV films and commercials 
(live). Fa<:ilities: Creative department; studio; 
Ifimm and 35mm production equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Mo 1 HIS Pkuhks: (TV): Mi.'isukij (Cardoze 
Publicidad); Cortcl Margarita; Gincbra Oso 
Negro (Publicidad Rivelo); C^olgate (Publicidad 
D'Arcv); General Electric (Publicidad Ferrer); 
Orange Cru.sh (Cainacho y Orvananos); Comite 
Orgiiiiizador de Los Juegos de la XIX Olimpiada 
(Orgaiii/ing Committee for the Games of the 
XI.X Olympiad). 



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Filmex Mexico S.A. 
2402 Avcnida Division del Norte, Mexico, 
D. F. 

Fr:mk M;irri'ro. Executive in charge 
(Sec <■ plclc (kit.i on Filinex, Inc.. New York) 



PERU 

AUDIO VISUAL PRODUCTIONS S.A. 
Avcnida Uepiiblica 740, San Isidro, 

Lim:i, Peru S.\. 
Phone: 2-1622 

Dale of Organization: 1958 
Ralph licncdict. Chairman of the Board 
Ernil W'illimctz, General Manager 
Jorge Cohata, Production Manager 
Sehvicks; Complete production in 16, 35inin 
b&w and color. Documentary department; TV 
commercials. Special educ:itional section; pro- 
duction and distribution. I''ilinstrips and 8mm 
single concept film; :inimation .and art depart- 
ment. Facilities: Arriflex 16 and 3.5mm; 7()DR; 
70DM \v'400' magazines; Bolex; Beaulieu; 



AUDIO VISUAL PRODUCTIONS: PERU 

16mm Mitchell; portable Ampex 601; 16mm 
magnasync. Complete editing, printing and 
processing f;icilties. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictuhes: The Greatest Challeng^e, 
Artisans of Peru, Asincoop (U.S. Information 
Service); Alpaca in the Peruvian Andes (Peru- 
vian Government Service); Agua Potable para 
el Catnpesino (Peru\ian Health Service). TV 
Commercials: for (General Motors, Coca Cola, 
Nestles, Mobil, McCann Erickson, J. Walter 
Thompson, Artesa. 



PUERTO RICO 

VIGUIE FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Lamar Corner to Salaman, Hato Rey, Puerto 

Rico 
Phones: 766-0235; 766-0236 
Date of Organization: 1950 

Juan E. Viguie, President 
Manuel R. Navas, Vice President 
S:il\ador Tio, Vice President 
Liana Rosa Toledo, Administrator 

Services: 16 and 3.5mm b&w and color com- 
mercial spots; documentary films for govern- 
ment and pri\ate organizations; TV and theater 
newsreels; editing; single and double screen 
photogra]>hy; animated commercials. Facili- 
ties: Two sound studios (50' x 50' and 34' x 
20'); cutting rooms 16 and 3.5mm laboratory; 
kinescope facilities; processing; printing: music 
lihnu'v. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pici iihijs: St. Croix; I'terine C^iuicer 
(American C;mcer Society), Un Banco. Un 
Pueblo y el Progres.io (Government Develop- 
ment Bank); Atreclw al Progrcsso (Road Au- 
thority). TV C:oMMEncL\Ls: for Safeguard 
(West Indies ('o): Fomento (McC;inn Erick- 
son); Lifebuoy (Niitional Export Adv.); Miller 
High Life Beer (Mercados, Sunevs & Pub- 
licidad); Personna Stainless Steel (Publicid;id 
Siboncy); Cold Power; Ajax Li(|uid (NoniKin, 
Craig & Kummel): Corona Beer (Young & 
Rubicam); Rinso (Sulliv;in. Stauffer, CoKvell & 
Bayles); Sweet 10 ( Lennen & Newell); Variety 
Sandwich (Quality Bakers of America); Ron 
Llave (United Promoters and Advertisers). 



PRODUCTION: EUROPE 



BELGIUM 

SOFEDI-FILMS 
147, Avenue de II lippodninie, Brussels 5 
Phones: 47-10-03; 47-28-77 

Date of Incorporation: 1948 
G. A. Magnel, President 
J. Bolermans, Production Manager 
Services: Production of Ii\e and animated 16/ 
35mm sponsored films. Non-thciilrical dislrib- 
uted of sponsored, educ;itional, s:iles training 
films. Member of INFORFILM for Belgium. 
Facilities: Arriflex 16 and .3.5mm cameras; 
Colorlran 20KW lociilion lighting; mobile pow- 
er generator; four editing rooms; two editing 
rooms with 35 ;iiid Ifinun Steenbeck l;ibles; 
35 and Uimin viewing lIuMire; animnted stand 
with Debrie camera; two electronic inspection 
nmchine in the distribution department. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
M<nioN Pi( n ins; The ISliiik Fox ( rillsl)nri;h 
Coining); M'liu/.scrrr'ii G/rt.v.s Under Trial (Mon- 
santo); General Motors Plai\t So. 2 (Blaloii 
Francois); Engineering, A Specialists Job 
(Sofresid); Pipes For Efcrtj Case (Etcmit). 



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Europe, the Middle East, 
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ANVIL FILM & RECORDING GROUP LTD. 

Denham Studios, Denham, Nr. Uxbridge, 
Middlesex, U. K. S 

Phone: DENHAM 3522 

Date of Incorporation: 1952 
Branch Offices: Realist Film Unit, Ltd., 9 
Great Chapel St., London \V1. Phone: Gar- 
rard ,5477. Rowland M. Wright, Secretary. 
World Mirror Productions, Ltd. Denham 
Studios, Denham, Xr. Uxbridge. Middlesex. 
Phone: Denham 2625. Ken Cameron, Di- 
rector. Anvil Film.s (Scotland), Ltd. Gor- 
don Chambers, Mitchell St., Glasgow. Mrs. 
Russell, Scottish Representative. 
The Lord Archibald, Cfiairman 
Ken Cameron, O.R.E., B. Sc. 
R.I.C.H. Warren 
R.K.T. Scrivener 

Rowland W. .M. Wright, C. A., Directors 
Services: Film production and sound recording. 
Facilities: Full .35mm music recording and re- 
recording. 35mm and 16min cameras and cut- 
ting rooms. Location facilities and lights. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Sir Laicrcnec Bragg at the 
Royal Institution (series for Educational Foun- 
dation for Visual Aids); We Make Music (un- 
sponsored); The Hunch (Childrens Film Foun- 
dation Ltd.); plus sever.al other films spon- 
sored by the Nlinistry of Defense, British Pro- 
ductivity Council, Central Office of Informa- 
tion, Shell-Mex & B.P. Ltd., and industrv. 

ARMADA PRODUCTIONS 

86 \Vardour Street, London W. 1. 

Phone: GERrard 5738 

Date of Organization: 1947 

John Doole\', Producer 

H. G. Hurrell, Chairman ' 

]. Martin, Finance Director 
Services: Producers of documentary, theatrical, 
industrial, and education;il films. Facilities: 
All location facilities for 16 and 35mm film pro- 
duction. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTiox Pictures: Clianning GJuina (Educa- 
tion Foundation); Golden Heritage (Hennessy, 
Cognac, France); .\ndahieia (British Lion); 
The Red Planet Mars (International Film Bu- 
reau, Chicago); Production Unlimited (Sogrape, 
Portugal ) . 



MARTIN BENSON FILMS, LTD 

King's House Studio, Red Rd., Boreham 

Wood, Hertfordshire, England 
Phone: 01-953-1592 
Date of Organization: 1961 
Martin Benson, Exectttive Producer 
loan Benson, Production Manager 
Alastair Akers-Douglas 
Services: 35mm and 16mm production, includ- 
ing research, script and completion, .\nvwhere 
in the world. Projection theatre ( I6mm optical 
and magnetic). Cutting rooms (3.5mm and 
16mm). Recording Theatre. Art Department. 
Distribution to TV infematioTuiUy for suitable 
subjects. Completion scr\'ices. Foreign versions. 
Documentary; commercials; entertainment series 
for TV, Facilities: Units u\ailable an\-where 
in Europe. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion' Pic:tuhes: Pattern Purpose Ik Prospect 
(Elliott Automation); /Jogic A/e/i ( Benguela 
R:iiKv;iy); 60,000 Ousters (Lord Brothers)'; It's 
Your Bread & Butter (Myers Beds). 

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BIRCH-HILL FILM PRODUCTIONS LTD. 
6 Dean St., London, W. 1, England 
Phone: 01-734-3653 

Dudley Birch, Chairman & Producer 
Douglas Hill, Director & Head of Technical 

Services 
T. A. Williams, Director & Secretary 
Services: Complete creative and production fa- 
cilities for 35inm, 16mm, wide screen and TV 
motion pictures (live or animated). Commer- 
cials: fihnstrip; slidefihns. Speciahsts in public 
relations films. F.^cilities: Studio: 38 ft. x 26 ft. 
also stills studio and stills laboratory. Lighting; 
photographic and sound equipment for studio 
and location work. Research; script writing; art; 
animation; tiles, etc. Full production facilities 
throughout the world. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictures: The Torrey Canyon; Man- 
agement Information (Unilever Ltd.); Five 
films in \Vest Africa, three in sinapore, two in 
Cevlon ( for Central Office of Inf onnation ) . 
Slidefilm: for Central Office of Information. 

MYRON L. BROUN 

6B Dunrobin Ct., London, NW3, England 

Phone: 01-435-6882 

Date of Organization: 1968 

Myron L. Broun, Producer 

Mrs. M. L. Broun, Partner 
Ser\tces: Production and producers representa- 
tive. Affiliated with Associated Film Consult- 
ants Inc. of New York and with Granville Tele- 
vision Studio Ltd. FACiLmES: Studios, crews 
and actors provided on "as required" basis. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: T/ic Appraisal Interview 
(BOAC); Half A Sixpence premiere (Para- 
mount Pictures ) . 



CALEDONIAN FILMS: 
Kodak Harrow Awards (Kodak Ltd.); 



Yogurt (E.xpress Dairies); 
(Thomson Newspapers). 



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JOHN BYRD PRODUCTIONS 

61 Arthur Road, Wimbledon, London S.W. 19 
Phone: WIMbledon 2183 

Date of Organization: 1946 
John B\rd, Produccr-Director-W titer 
Bettine Brah:im. Fi/»i Editor 
Marian Ludin, Production As.wciatc 
Henry Hall, Lighting Cameraman 
Ser\tces: DocuDientarv. travel TV and enter- 
tainment films. Specializing in world-wide as- 
signments. Facilities: Studio, theatre; cutting 
rooms. Magnasync 16mm and EMI recording 
s\stems, Aniflcx camera equipment, 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Built from the Top (Red- 
path, Donnan, Long Ltd,); Mechanical Han- 
dling (Illiffe Press); Shuttlelcss Looms (Wilson 
& Longbottom Ltd,); Paz Del Rio Steelworks 
(Davy Ashmore Ltd,); Power Systems Engi- 
neering (British Insulated Callenders Cables,) 

CALEDONIAN FILMS 

22 Greek St., London Wl 
Phone: 01-437-0702 7' 10 

Date of Incorporation: 19.57 
Robert R. Bncknell, Managing Director 
(ohn Billingham, Supervising Editor 
]. F, f:harinan. Head of Soutul 
C'ederic Williams, Chief Cameraman 
Services: Editing and recording services, in 
studio or on location. Supply location film units 
for news and documentary productions. Facili- 
ties: FoiH" cutting rooms etjuipped with 16mm 
and 3,5mm MovioUjs. RCA sound transfers and 
recording, .Arriflex 35mm and 16mm cameras, 
lOmni .Anricon camera. Perfect.itone. Nagras. 
Location Units. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Flight of the Heron (8 epi- 
sodes for Scottish Television;; Calendar (week- 
ly ncwsreel for Central Office of Information); 



THE FILM PRODUCERS GUILD LTD. 
Guild House, Upper St. Martins 

Lane, London W.C. 2, England 
Phone: 01-836-5420 
Telegrams: Filmicity; Telex: 263378 
Date of Incorporation: 1944 
Associate London Companies: 

Films of Today Ltd.; Film Workshop Ltd.; 
Greenpark Productions Ltd.; Guild Anima- 
tion Ltd.; Guild House Films Ltd.; Guild 
Television Service Ltd.; Interfilm (Lon- 
don) Ltd.; The Larkins Studio; Morton 
Park Productions Ltd.; PubHcity Films, 
Ltd.; Sound-Services Ltd,; Talkiestrips 
Ltd,; Technical and Scientific Films Ltd.; 
Verity Films Ltd. 
Associate European Companies: 

Guild Tele\ ision Service G.m.b.H.; Diffu- 
sion D'information par le Film. 
P. R. R. Co;\d, Chairman 
A. T. Burlinson, Managing Director 
H. S. Hind, H. G. fessop, E. S. .Morden, 
R. C. Tvrell, W. Wilkinson, Directors 
Ser\tces: Creative advisers, producers and dis- 
tributors of 35mm and 16mm documentary, in- 
dustrial, education, scientific, advertising, sales 
promotion and national propaganda films; TV 
and cinema advertising films; sound filmstrips; 
Cartoon, puppets & technical diagram anima- 
tion, feature films for theatrical distribution; 
complete li\e shows for comentions and sales 
meetings; displays; exhibits; printed materials 
and audiovisual installations, including CCTV. 
F'.\cilities : Mobile location units. Rental serv- 
ice for camera sound, electrical and transport 
departments; Cutting rooms, record